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The Jewish Floridian ( September 15, 1944 )

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ibJewfeltUEIIiDipidliiaun ^m^7^-THE JEWISH U N I fTj a/nt THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 17-NUMBER 37 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1944 PRICE ONE DOLLAR Greater Miami Services for High Holy Days Greater Miami Jewry will i lusher in the High Holy Days, ihis week, beginning with servi ices Sunday evening in all Mi| %  ami houses of worship. Solemn [prayer will mark the observance Ithis year, in behalf of the men land women now on foreign soil [fighting for the imminent vic[torySermon topics of Greater liliami spiritual leaders will cenller around the present conflict land the post-war world. A check I of facilities available for the [services shows that practically [all seating has been disposed of. Iwith the demand far exceeding [available space. Arrangements lhave been made to accomodate Isemcemen in this areaI Services announced through iGreater Miami Rabbinical AssoIcialion are: BETH DAVID CONGREGATION Conservative, 135 N. W. |3rd Ave Services Friday eveping at 7:15, Saturday morning M:30. Rabbi Max Shapiro will Weak. Junior services will be peld in the auditorium Monday fnd Tuesday mornings from 10 o 12. These services will be onducted by Donald Cohen. iernard Dickson, Freddie HeineJtan, David Jacobs and Charles Kosenbiitt. David Jacobs will adf^s the junior congregation. Posn Hashonah services will be P'd in the .-ynagogue Sunday evening at 7 p. m Cantor AbraPam Friedman and choir will Pnate. Rat,' M., x Shapiro will Nuss: -A New Year-a New nii o. Mond ay and Tuesday P<1 Shapiro's central theme w discussion will be: "Out of P\fiT$ hs ~ Umo the Heights." fcnuffiL BEACH JEWISH EOMMUNITY CENTER. 1415 E Ave i Conservative Confe 1 0 "Jriday evening KaIJ I habbos 7:00 Pm. Saturth^ rninB at 9:00 a ">• Rabbi C 3 wi P reach on the r tK| y Portion of the law. CanFEmanuel Barkan will chant w service Shalosh Seudos will flowed by evening service. ndav "T Uii SeP^mber 17. S c St 'P^'mber 18 and % HI (2. hn PU -' mber 19 services fog £ eld ln the evenings at |t 8-QO and in tne mornings abhitnt m Mon day morning S u-rn l rman s New Year mes W'Ube: 'The Future Becki lXi uosday morning, RabwS^o wi £• %  on Wei R ^ ub tage." Cantor r*K?lK kan and the Center [cONrD iK li,,( at a11 services. koS \ AT1 N BETH Jve (w 30 3n Washington pidav |" h dox Congregation. Y m" Mescheloff kd" of", on "Where We hoon s,.rv Sh Seudos and af &,ur d"y K C v at 7:0 P" 1 r* held ,„o ar services will pi at ? U rTn day and Monday f a. m i l ? day mornings at •"ununitv n,' .ftP** 0 ** and ,tv ^Building. Rabbi ,See Column 5. This Page) INTERNED JEWS RELEASED IN ALL OF OCCUPIED FRANCE Berne (WNS)—In the liberated areas of France all the Jews have been released from the internment camps in which they were placed by the Germans and the Vichy regime, it was officially announced this week over the Paris radio. The Berlin radio this week announced that many Jews have been killed in a series of antiJewish demonstrations in the Nazi-held areas of Rumania. The broadcaster said that Horia Sima, Rumanian anti-Semitic leader, had threatened "a merciless fi.gnt against the Bolshevik traitors and Jews who engineered tne deflection of Rumania from the ranks of the Germans." OVERSEAS HOLIDAY MAIL If the millions of American soldier* and sailors stationed overseas are to received their gift packages in time for the holidays, these packages must be mailed between September 15 and October 15—preferably before the end of September. Specially prepared containers for packaging your gifts are available at store* in every city. FOREIGN LANGUAGE PRESS DIVISION OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION POLAND POPULATION BADLY DECIMATED BY THE NAZIS Lublin (WNS)—So ruthlessly have the Germans decimated the Jewish population in Poland that there are virtually no children among the Jewish survivors in the areas that have been liberated. Of the approximately 1,000 Jewish survivors in Lublin and its adjacent areas there are only ten children. Six of those were rescued from the Maidenak extermination camp where 1,000,000 Jews were slaughtered by all sorts of inhuman and cruel devices. Only one of the ten children was born since the outbreak of the war. Since the occupation of Poland by the Nazis no Jewish children were born. Greater Miami Services for High Holy Days (From Column 1, This Page) Mescheloff will preach Monday morning on: "A New Year." and Tuesday morning on the theme: "A New World." Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the liturgy in the synagogue buildihg and* Cantor Nathan Wroobel will chant in the Community Building. Reverend Harry Halnern and Reverend Samuel Guttman will assist in the services. Jacob Mazor and Ezra Raphael will blow the traditional ram's horn (shofar) during services in thi % two buildings. Registration of children for religious school takes place week days from 4 to 8 p. m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. I 17th Ave. Orthodox Congregation. Friday evening services at 7:15. Saturday morning at 9:00 a. m. Evening services Saturday at ti:00. Shalosh Seudos will be followed by Maariv. Daily services at 8:30 a. m. Rosh Hashonah services Sunday night at 7:00 p. m. Monday morning services at 8:00 a. m. Rabbi Murray Grauer will speak. Cantor Berele Kallonberg will chant. Mincha services 6:00 p. in. Tuesday morning services at 8.00 a. m. Rabbi Grauer will speak. Mincha services at 6 p. m. SCHAAREI ZEDEK TALMUD TORAH, 1545 S. W. 3rd St. (Cabalas Shabbos Friday evening at 7:15 p. m. Saturday morning services at 9:00 a. m. Rabbi Simon April will address the junior congregation. Rosh Hashonah services Sunday night at 7:00 p. m. Monday morning services at 8:00 a. m. Rabbi Simon April's sermon will be, "Memory and Meditation." Mincha services 6:00 p. m. Tuesday morning services 8:00 a. m. Rabbi's sermon will be "The Reward of Sacrifice." Mincha services at 6 p. m. BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Conservative, 761 41st St., Miami Beach. Services are scheduled for Friday evening at 7:15; Saturday morning services will be held at 9:30. Rabbi Leon Kronish will conduct Sabbath services. Rosh Hashonah services Sunday evening, Sept. 17, 8:15 p. m. Sermon topic: Welcome, 5705! Monday morning Sept. 18, 8:30 a.m. Sermon topic: The Destiny of Man! Tuesday morning Sept. 19, 8:30 a.m. Sermon topic: The Jewish Protest! Rabbi Leon Kronish will preach at 10:15 a. m. Louis Hayman will be the Cantor. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI. Reform, 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami. Regular services, Friday evening at 8:15. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish will conduct the services. High Holy Day services 5705— 1944: Rabbi Jacob Tarshish and Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will officiate at all services. Rosh Hashonah eve, Sunday, Sept. 17, 8:15 p. m. Rabbi Tarshish will speak on "The Dawn of a New Day." New Year's day, Monday, Sept. 18, 10:00 a. m. Rabbi Tarshish will speak on "The Jews' Greatest Treasure." %  [



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PAGE TWO fJenisti noridSaan BIRTHS Seaman and Mrs. Carl L. Feit announced the birth of a son, Michael Harry, on September 8. The father came here for the occasion from New London, Conn., where he is stationed on a submarine as Motor Machinist 1/C. Grandparents of the new-born child are Mr. and Mrs. H. Salus of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Krick of Atlanta, Ga. this week announced the birth of a son at Jackson Memorial Hospital. I. Tannen has returned to Miami Beach after spending five weeks in New York and vicinity. ENGAGEMENT Arnold Newman left today for a combined business and pleasure visit to New York. While away he will make arrangements for the publication of a book containing photos of contemporary artists, which will display some of his outstanding portraiture. He will also discuss the possibility of exhibits of his work in the Downtown Art galleries in New York and at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Mr. and Mrs. O. Philip Wolfson, 5130 Alton road, announce the betrothal of their daughter, Phyllis, to Irving Singer. USA. son of Mrs. I. Singer and the lateMr. Singer of New Orleans. The couple met when both were attending Louisiana State university where he was graduated and now is attending the medical center. Miss Wolfson, member of a pioneer family of Florida, was graduated from Miami Beach Senior high school. ENGAGEMENT WEDDINGS Mr. and Mrs. George Chcrtkof and son are leaving this week for Columbia, S. C. to spend the holidays with Mrs. Chertkof's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Ginsberg, former Miamians. They will return in about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, daughter Judy and son Kennt-th returned to the city after an extended vacation in the North. Sam B. Miller returned last week after vacationing in New York. R. R. Adler of Miami Beach, active in communal work, is convalescing in New York following an operation. Robert Leon Kaplan, son of Mrs. Sarah Kaplan, 721 N. W. 5th Ave., will graduate from the Georgetown University School of Dentistry at the 45th commencement exercises of the college September 17 in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Kaplan is leaving this week to be present at the ceremonies. Miss Madeline Barr Miss Rosalind Friedman just returned after spending a brief vacation at the Versailles Hotel on Miami Beach. A. Bramson is now home after a two month's stay visiting relatives and friends in the state of Massachusetts. Lt. E. Albert Pallot (s.g.). U. S. Navy, is spending a furlough in this city with his wife at their home, 435 N. E. 26th Terrace. The couple will leave for New York Thursday, where Lt. Pallot will report for duty at the Armed Guard Center of Brooklyn Navy Yard on September 16. Captain Ben Jay Coleman, formerly of Miami Beach, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Coleman. of the Southwest section, this past week. He left for Camp Barkeley, Texas. Tuesday morning. En route he will visit in Atlanta and Columbus, Ga., his home town. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel celebrated their twentieth wedding anniversary by giving a dinner for their many friends at the Atlantis Hotel on Wednesday evening, September 13. Their son.' Sidney, was not able to be present as he is at the University of North Carolina with the Navy' V-12 unit. Miss Leila Steinberg of Los Angeles and Lt. Milton Rosenblatt of Miami Beach were married Sunday in Brooklyn, N. Y. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Steinberg of Los Angeles, and a graduate of the University of Southern California. Lt. Rosenblatt is a son of Mrs. Rose Rosenblatt, 246 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. He is a graduate of DeWitt Clinton High School. Bronx, and received his AAF training at Kelly Field, San Antonio and Maxwell FieMd. For three months he was "missing in action" in France. Lt. and Mrs. Rosenblatt were childhood sweethearts. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER l 5 1944 Carl Weinkle returned to the city after a Northern trip. Mrs. Weinkle accompanied him. and stopped off in Atlanta for a short visit before returning. Mrs. H. Jay Braunstein. 1942 S. W. 17th Street, has as her guest her sister, Mrs. I. E. Sealfon, of Columbus, Ohio, formerly of New York. Mrs. Seafon is very prominent in the musical circle in Columbus singing as soprano soloist in the Reform Temple there. Ester Regina Kline left last week by plane for Mexico City. She will visit on the Pacific coast and the surrounding territory until her return, October 15. Mrs. Frank Rose and daughter, Judith Sue, are back in town after a month's vacation in Clayton, Ga. Mrs. Harold Tobin and son, Wayne, have returned to Miami Beach after spending the summer in the mountains of northern Georgia. A group of friends tendered a surprise party to Mrs. Ida BuckBtein last Thursday evening, on the occasion of her birthday. Held at the home of Mrs. William Clein, a group of ladies comprising those associated closely with Mrs. Buckstein in her activities as head of • Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah Auxiliary presented the guest of honor with a gift in recognition of her years of service in communal | endeavors. The ceremony of cutting the cake was presided over by Rabbi Simon April, who, in addition to delivering appropriate remarks, blessed the guest of honor and wished her many years of continuous activity. Lt. Bernard M. Wall Mr. and Mrs. James Barr, of Rye. N. Y., announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Madeleine Barr, to Lieutenant (j. g.) Bernard M. Wall. U. S. N. R.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wall. 533 West 47th St., Miami Beach. Miss Barr is a graduate of Edgewood Park School and attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Lieutenant Wall was graduated from John Hopkins University and is a P. Lambda Phi. He has been on active sea duty the last two years. Miss Bette Sir, after a seven weeks' tour through New York City, the Adirondocks and Boston, is home again resuming her affiliation with the office of B. E. Bronston, Realtor. Mrs. Max Pepper, 2101 S. W. 17th St., has returned to Miami after a two month's trip in the North. She was joined in New York City by her husband, Lt. (s.g.) Max Pepper, USNR, who is on leave from his post in San Juan, Puerto, Rico, and the couple returned to this city together. Dr. and Mrs. Sanel Beer of Rivrrmont Park, 1389 N. W. 7th St., returned last week from spending the summer at their colonial home in Norwich, Conn. Among Miami visitors to their Norwich house were Mme. ManaZucca, Irwin Cassel, Mrs. Margaret Sowers, Miss Anyuta Melicov and Mrs. Melicov, and Dr. Raymond Bring. Other visitors of interest entertained by Dr. and Mrs. Beer were Dr. Manfred Sakel of New York, discoverer of the insulin treatment for insanity, Robert Zeller, promising young conductor and protege of Koussevitzky, and Dr. and Mrs. J. Pollari of New Jersey. Miss Melicov gave an infqrmal recital of Modern Russian Music and Folk songs, for the entertainment of Italian sailors on a visiting submarine, in a nearby port. In celebration of their return and also of Dr. Beer's birthday, Mrs. Beer entertained on Sunday at her residence and swimming pool at 1086 N. E. 91st St., Miami. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Silving, Kurt Breuer, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Friedman of New York. \ > V 4* MR. MAX R. SILVER Extends Best Wishes to all for a Felicitous and Joyous New Year A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR S. MALAKOFF Delicatessen & Grocery 2320 N. E. 2nd Avenue BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SEVEN ELEVEN CLUB 3692 Grand Artnut A Full Line oi Liquors and Wines PACIAGE GOODS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Bond Transfer, Inc. Trucking 1812 N. W. 7th Arenue Phone 2-3144 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TEPEE 5722 S. W. 8h Street SEASON'S GREETINGS I FISH COMPANY Quality Sea Food at Reasonable Prices Wholesale only 9-2535 If no answer dial 3-7820 1604 N. W. 7TH AVE. NEW YEAR GREETINGS G. M. I 152 S. E. 1st St Phone 3-8346



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rwiDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1944 PERSONALS %  "5r.andM.Mo Schachter returned ttom New York after a ^th's vacation spent visiting Strs of their .mmed.ate family. Holiday services will be held at „",., Abraham Congregation cnndav evening, Monday, and Tuesday, at 535 N. W. 5th Ave. S H M. Kagan will be in charge, and Rev. J. Hochberg will chant th e servi ces. Mr and Mrs. Louis Schoenbu rg,1334S.W 4th St.. will have ", their guest for the holidays their son. Pfc Fred Schoenburg. He will come here from Middleman Pa., where he is stationed ,t Olmsted Field as a Photographer with the AAF. He will spend a fifteen-day furlough. Master Jonathan Jay Braunctein son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Jay Braunstein. 1942 S. W. 17th St will celebrate his tenth birthday with a party on Saturday afternoon. The high light of the afternoon will be a musicale by children attending the party most of whom are students of the Miami Conservatory of Music. The Business and Professional Women's Division, Miami Chapter Hadassah is extending an ini vitation to all Wacs, Waves and | Spars in this area and to all business women to attend their first meeting of the season on Monday. Sept. 25, 8:15 at the Y. *knistflvridlic*ri PAGE THREE M. & W. HA 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Mrs. Milton Sirkin senior advisor, will install the K C Z< "{ c f !" Chaplain Saul Kraft will be the speaker of the evening. Refreshments will be served. Miss Polly Gershon is president of the B. & P. division. Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei left yesterday morning by train for a vacation in the North. They will spend today through Tuesday at Camp Lee, Va.. with their son, Leo. leaving on Wednesday, Sept. 20 for New York City. They wiM visit relatives in the Greater New York area and will spend the rest ol their vacation period at an upper New York State resort, returning to Miami on October 5th. Mrs. Bonny Sackheim and daughter, Alice Ruth, of 1605 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach, spent the summer studying together at the University of Michigan, where they both shared the same room. In line with her work as teacher in local private schools and Sunday School teacher at the Miami Beach Community Center, Mrs. Sackheim concentrated on "Psychology of Child Development," and "Modern Methods in School Teaching." m CALENDAR Friday, September 15th: Army-Navy Committee meeting, Federation Office, 1002 Congress Bldg., 3 p. m. W f. < ? ne day September 20th: Workmen's Circle Branch No. 02, regular membership meeting, 8:30 p. m.; Hillel Advisory Council, Federation Office 8 p. m. Rabbi Simon Halevi Baron of Temple Emanu-El located in rort Lauderdale, will address worshipers with a series of sermons during the High Holy Days. Services will take place at the Temple, 1801 South Andrews Ave., beginning Sundav. September 17, at 8 p. m., and Monday at 10 a. m. Friday evening services Seotember 22 will begin at 8 p. m. Religious school registration and opening will take place Sunday, September 24, at 10 a. m. PRIZE-WINNING POEM TO BE HEARD ON RADIO PROGRAM The prize-winning poem, "Behold the Jew" will be the basis of a radio dramatization to be presented by the American Jewish Committee over the nation-wide network of the National Broadcasting Company on Sunday, September 17, from 2 to 2:30 p. m. It will be carried locally over station WIOD. The poem, written by Ada Jackson, has been the recipient of two famed poetry awards. The radio dramatization has been written by Milton Geiger, wellknown script writer. DR. W. H. ELLIS 1100 N. E. 1st Avenue Miami. Fla. Phone 3-34S3 MR. and MRS. A. P. GANNES and Family Extend New Year Greetings to their many friends and the Jewish Community of Greater Miami MILL END SHOP 29 N. E. 1st Street WISH THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR ..GREETINGS. TAMIAMI CYCLE CO. 1561 S. W. Eighth Street NEW YEAR GREETINGS PALM PHARMACY DR. C. J. ERICSON 2200 N. W. 28th Street PHONE 2-9356 SINCERE WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HUGH S. LARRICK 420 Lincoln Road Phone 5-2773 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR UJ. EQUIPMENT CO. 926 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-4872 Sincere New Year Greetings to Our Many Friends and Customers HARMON COMPANY 142 N. W. 2ND STREET PHONE 3-5777 NEW YEAR GREETINGS MAIN PARKING LOT AND MAIN U-DRIVE-IT SERVICE I BARBASH & SONS, INC. 1 N. E. lt St. Phone 2-8994 SEASONS GREETINGS CAMEO PHARMACY 1443 Washington Avenue Under New Ownership and Management LYON H. PISTRICH PHONE 5-4433 NEW YEAR GREETINGS EDITH & FRITZ 3236 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 2-5830 HAPPY NEW YEAR COCKTALE BAR 114 S. E. 1st Street MIAMI A HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Many Customers BEACHCOMBERS RESTAURANT 121 N. E. 1st Street TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR GIFFEN ROOFING COMPANY 236 Aragon Avenue Coral Gables DR. and MRS. ALFRED AUGUSTINE Extend Best Wishes to Their Many Friends for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR YOU CANT WAVE A MAGIC WAND '^^^^^***^^^^**^**** *****^^^**^^^i TO PROTECT YOUR LOVED ONES r r O PHONE ^ T 2-3I5I W INSURANCE SEyBOLD £fl OM. BUILDII16 ^1 £A> CY ,


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PAGE FOUR *Jmtof ihridUarJ FRIDAY, SEPTEMBE R ls 1944 The Jewish Florididn Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months. $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1944 ELUL 27, 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 37 Face Facts • By Alexander F. Miller Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation League -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE Muciiy eonpdwtial -By PHINEAS I. BIRONThe blasts of the Shofar this Rosh Hashonah will hold greater significance to the Jews of the world this year than ever before. For it may well be that this year the Shofarim will be roaring out the victory of the United Nations, the triumph of the spirit over the sword. The Shofar will announce to us that the criminals who perpetrated the ghastly tragedy of Lublin—where a million and a half men, women and children were deliberately put to death —are definitely done for. The Shofar will tell us that the time has come for Germany to pay for its crimes against the world and against the Jews in particular. Germany that sought to dominate the world, will soon lose the privilege accorded the most insignificant of the powers— that of governing herself. "Revenge is mine, saith the Lord," the Bible tells us, warning us not to be vengeful. Yes, vengeance is the Lord's. We need not avenge the crimes of Germany. The crimes of Germany will wreak their own vengeance on her. Germany as a great power is as definitely doomed as was Spain after the Inquisition. Hitler thought he would exterminate the Jews, he would stop the sound of the Shofar. But listen to the sound of the Shofar! Never did it sound so sweet. Never did it sound so clear. Not for a long time have its tones so clearly uttered to the world—A Happy New Year. For the words "Nazism has been defeated" spell — "A Happy New Year." it Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. 99 HAPPY NEW YEAR: The 1 coming'year will impose upon' Jewish organizations in this country greater responsibilities then they have ever assumed %  The economic rehabilitation I of Jews in liberated Europe will tax the Joint Distribution Com-; mittee and other organizations' to the maximum of their working capacity While American Jewish political organizations will be kept busy securing the complete restoration of Jewish rights and property in the countries where Jews lost them Already Jewish groups are negotiating with the State Department for permission to send delegations to liberated Poland. Rumania and other countries. At the same time, Zionist leaders here expect the New Year to bring the realization of their demand for the establishment of a Jewish State in Palestine (CONTINUEO ON PAGE 5. In another column of this paper you will find Rosh Hashona greetings from me—an expression for happiness during the coming year. But also would I mark this coming year—a year of remembrance. What Jew can read of the grisly horror of Lublin and rest while those who have perpetrated this madness yet remain to plan another Lublin tomorrow. Read an eye witness acount and I think you'll sec whau 1 mean. "This is a place that must be seen to be believed. I have been present at numerous atrocity investigations in the Soviet Union, but never have I been confronted with such complete evidence, clearly establishing every allegation made by those investigating the crimes ... I am now prepared to believe any story of German atrocities, no matter how savage, cruel and depraved. "The prisoners were guarded by tommy-gunners, who ordered them to alight from the truck and undress. The woman refused and this enraged Mussfeld (who had charge of the crematorium) who beat her Mussfeld then directed two attendants to grab the woman and bind her arms and legs. They then threw her on an iron stretcher, still clothed and pushed her body into the oven. "The average man's capacity for atrocity stories is like a cat's: he vomits up what he can't swallow. The Nazi knows this, of course; and he knows especially the sentimental streak in Americans that makes us especially difficult subjects for atrocity stories. That is one thing, no doubt, that has encouraged the Nazis. And another thing is the notorious short memories we have for things that happen to others. "One of the things that has always impressed me is the scientific spirit with which the Nazis have approached the fine art of murder. Gas chambers and crematoriums and tilting wagons to pour out the bodies. Warehouses for the sorting and salvaging of the victims' property. The sale of ashes to relative. $500 up. The business of giving the victims hot showers before subjecting them to the gas, because the heat opens the pores and permits the gas to fake effect more efficiently. "Yes, I know; these things are hard to believe. It was hard to believe that the son of a $5 a week customs official on the Austrian border would, in the course of time, plunge the whole world into war. A lot of things are hard to believe. That doesn't make it any less necessary to believe them. "Outside his apartment. Administrator Mussfeld had a flowL'SHONAH TOVAH The curtain rises on 5705 A ,I row and *• Cross" and Rnh* The past year was the darkest ert P jg£ Tfe Terhove? ft page m the book of Jewish Me k • • !" books, just out L ... It witnessed the destruction 1*,.^ interesting novels i.— J—J„* *.,...*. ~* !„... Nazism as their main them,, •ltzs volume isa nKR Howard Fast's best* n 1, J reedom Road," m Broadway offering soon ixwell Anderson is said t •rking on its dramatization •55*S* AW by Dr Jos. ish men. women and whose only crime was of hundredTof thousands 5f Jaw-1 {*"{" f heir mam Theme Wi,h i.h .nn women and eh : ?. volume is a masterpiec sest-sellj,, I. may t soon working on its dramatization 0 ** A committee headori h,7?; • children —— %  ?. U,U !" is a masterpiece whose only crime was the Jewi • • ,^ ard Fas t's best-sellin, ish blood in their veins nov *'7£*>in Road," may b European fcwta Prostrate, ^"jdway ottering soon' reduced to one fifth of its former size The economic position of the survivors has been obliterated The new year must bring better tidings, now that Hitler's defeat is inevitable I and will be complete within a few months What do we wish our Jewish leadership for the coming year? Unity, and determination to fight for Jewish rights uncompromisingly and fearlessly The war has demonstrated that we cannot do Don't miss Albert Malta s id n IV %  1: lite rr o i hau.BlochV"chier 0 f te*iiS Division of the New York rw Library, will select the ,weS five best Jewish books of £ year The selection will h some surprising inclusions T I i cch L t il is reported"toi ordered the destruction o £ plates of some of his earlv novels, to prevent their repubh cation Since one of those business with Fascism and that novck A Jt> w in Love," has become a sort of textbook of antiSemitism in this country J. agree with Ben that the idea is good, if belated. u ABOUT PEOPLE Did you know that the idea of our salvation lies with an antiFascist democratic world of tomorrow—a world such as outlined by Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin at Tehrean. HERE AND THERE In case you overlooked it: I the Army-Navy -E" award" to Homer Maertz, who at the Ger-1 £ ar indust r'es. originally just a ald-K.-Smith-for-President con-1 Wavy award, is the brainchild of vention introduced the resolu-! ") e Navy s Captain Lewis L tion to sterilize Jews, is the very i f l raus J; • • • %  civilian life Capsame Mr. Maertz who was the tain btrau f.' s a banker and leader of the Dearborn CrusadPresident of New York s Congreers and the Chicago Silver Sh| ts atlon Emanu-El ... This isn't We are interested to learn as "relevant as it sounds, for he that Jewish parochial schools are! confesses that the coveted award increasing in numbers through-!' s bas f d on t nc *ood old Sunday out the United States This School gold star principle development reflects the growCongatulations to Walter Hauling tide of anti-Semitism and of z, y un ^["K^// 0 !" Vlcmia Jewish opposition to religious i^-|ttJ[*5?^S t fcJ!* 4 Town lease time in public schools Now it has been revealed that the Nazis ransacked Heinrich Heine's casket and threw it on the rubbish heap And the street named after Heine had its Endowment Series Award for young musicians Walter is a pianist Hollywood producer B. P. Schulberg is planning a business trip to Madrid—not because of any abandonment of Franco's fight against democracy, appellation changed to the monr r ? n !" f c "8 !" dgamsi acmoency, iker of some Nazi bigwig M>Ut because of LI Caudillos cesDe Gaulle has promised to renation of his fight against the prom store the tomb and the street. LISTEN HERE Guess whom the grapevine has in full command of the virtually defunct Luftwaffe now? Why. none other than General Erhard Milch, honorary Aryan by grace of Adolf Hitler—who may be using him as a springboard for the wail that it's the Jews who are causing the current defeat of Germany by the Allies Which reminds us that Harry Hershfield has sent a solemn warning to the Fuehrer, to the effect that the handwriting is on the Wcstwall. READER'S GUIDE The publication of the late Professor Ismar Ellbogen's "A Century of Jewish Life" by the j I uu rreeaom "£„ JESTS Jewish Publication Society of Jewrv will not comedurmg America has aroused heated con&•*&**„ SJ^JWfiiM trovers.es ... His chapter on For this £****• !" £ *5 Jewish life in Soviet Russia is wait another three years, unu full of misstatements. and 5708 ne ,nslsts %  %! charges the Soviet Union with pogroms which were instituted by the enemies of the Bolshevik regime These "facts" were culled by Professor Ellbogen from a Jewish year book Hollywood screen product Although Eugene Ormandy. who dropped his original patronymic Blau, some decades ago, prefers not to be known as a Jew, you may be interested to now that he has, at the request of General Douglas MacArthur, accepted an invitation to lead the Manila Symphony Orchestra—date not specified Coming with the new year 5705 is bandleader Benny Goodman's tenth anniversary as a recognized "mastero." 5705 The year 5705, our favorite Cabalist tells us, will see the triumph of legal authority over the lawlessness that has been trying to destroy the world, but full freedom for persecuted oivo, ne insists %  • • *'*. ji.i not deter us from wishing ail w our readers and all of our Brethren a happy new year. Rabbinical Association Urges Stores to Close for Holidays of of all merchants of our faith close their stores during coming High Holy Days. W w preciate the fact that the or whelming majority of our low Jews realizes the solem of these days in.our own JJ and the impression they £ uoon even those not of our i by closing their places ol w" •ss on these days. t0 our Last year it was caUed^ their ness on these days ras i— attention that a few JeWW inessmen failed to w g -k | businesses on er garden, which he fertilized i ,. with the ashes of the dead from I The Rabbinical Association the crematorium." I Greater Miami urgently requu That was Lublin, friend. That could have happened to you if you or your forefathers had missed the boat that carried you to these shores. There can be no rest, no joy for any of us unless we all dedicate ourselves during the coming year to the end that we impinge a lasting peace on a world where the thing that was Lublin can never be repeated. And in your remembrance of Lublin be aware! It can happen here. Every day I see among us those who are blind or deaf or just stupid. Why by their actions invite another Lublin here. What of them? Can we sit by and watch these dolts pipe a dance of death for pigtailed Susie or little Bill. Go out in the garden, my friend, and look at your own Susie and Bill. Then think of the future, the heedless and corrupt are building for them. Now I think you understand why I mark the year 5705 a year for remembrance. A bitter acidic remembrance which will burn away from the face of the world the traces of Lublin and from dur own faces the blemishes that endanger us. and Yom Kippur in.our unity. We cannot but C0W*£ ch a breach of Jewish Pf It is our pica that these of our faith realize g faith calls for sacrifice, anci ^ sacrifice for our sacriui-c i" ,— .. n i the 0" stand above the call „. lar. Our observance of o^. ligion has brought us ^ tion from all men in %  ; jty Let us not lose our own a %  £ and the admiration of w munity at this time in hist0 We pray for a truly happy"'* ibbini* year for allGreater Miami Kac Association, Rabbi M. J c g£ re ury



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1944 Between You and Me ,CONTINU P WW 'AM 4) ln Washington there is much Ik now of the international rusteeship which is being planled for a Jewish Palestine It understood that the British are not at all keen at the possibility „f having Russia as one of l|ie trustees • • Some Englishmen nnint out that Russia was not a member of the League of Nations when the Palestine Mandate was entrusted by the League to England Also that Russia when joining the League later definitely stipulated that s he wanted to have nothing to do with the mandated territories Thus, it is argued, Russia is not justified in participating in the trusteeship over a Jewish State in Palestine Such a trusteeship, it is urged, should be in the hands of Britain and America only, since the former holds the mandate over Palestine, while the latter has always taken an interest in Palestine and no change can be made in the mandate without its consent. PERSONAL NOTES: The pos*Jewisi) f/ifif, tr sibihty of Herbert Lehman^s resignation as director of the UNRRA is being talked about in Washington ... The former Governor of New York seems to be dissatisfied with the limitations under which the UNRKA is operating Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr may address a Jewish gathering in Chicago this month When Vice President Henry A. Wallace was on his New England tour at the end of last month, he interrupted his trip in order to come to Poland, Maine, to visit Edmund I. Kaufmann, former president of the Zionist Organization of America The memorandum submitted by the American Jewish Committee to the State Department asking that a United Nations Commission be sent to Majdanek. the Nazi "extermination camp" where a million Jews were gassed, is lauded by no other than Samuel Margoshes in an article in the Jewish newspaper The Day This is the first time that Margoshes has praised the American Jewish Committee publicly The National Office of the Avukah. American Student Zionist Federation, asks me to state that PAGE FIVE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR AMERICAN HOTEL PLACEMENT SERVICE Evelyn Nixon, MOT. AMERICAN MEDICAL PLACEMENT SERVICE Jean M. MacCafferty, Mgr. SEYBOLD BLDG. Phone 9-1418 Seymour Melman, chairman of the Council on Arab-Jewish Cooperation, has not been in any way connected with Avukah since 1942 ... The Avukah presmS n K ? umne r A 'P ert informs m e th Avukah is neither affiliated with nor supports the Council on Arab-Jewish CoopS! A '.V P e P ints out that the Avukah has on several occasions expressed itself in favor of the establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine Avukah's affiliation with the Zionist Organization of America dates back to 1925, he emphasizes. LABOR RECORD: The role which Jews played in the American labor movement in the United States is ably depicted by Louis Waldman in "Labor Lawyer" just published by Dutton The book throws lij>ht on the activities of many Jewish personalities in the labor unions and on their participation in the Socialist movement in this country Himself one of these leaders, Mr. Waldman is wellqualified to write on the inside doings of labor and socialism Much of what he has to say is IT GIVES US A GREAT DEAL OF PLEASURE TO EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MODERN PERSONAL BUREAU Clerical or Executive Help 6th Floor oi American Bank Building BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR OCEAN SPRAY HOTEL 4130 Collins Avenue Miami Beach ITS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SUNLIGHT UPHOLSTERING 1500 N. W. 3rd Avenue Dr. Alfred Augustine ANNOUNCES THE REOPENING oi his DENTAL OFFICE SPECIALIZING IN EXTRACTIONS AND DENTAL X-RAYS 910 Huntington Building Miami, Florida TELEPHONE 3-2948 valuable because it reflects a time which has passed into history Mr. Waldman came to this country from Russia as a child ... He is a product of the New York East Side where he was associated with the Jewish socialist movement during its most active years For more than twenty-five years he has been fighting in many fields of social interest as a lawyer, a member of the New York State Assembly and of the American Labor Party ... His book, an autobiography, reflects all these fights and the results achieved. BEHIND THE SCENES: Now, that the Jewish theatrical season is opening in New York, it will be interesting for many to know that the average Jewish theatre has about $1,000 a day expenses when it plays There will be nine Jewish theatres this season in New York, one in Chicago and one in Cleveland The man who has the best financial success last season in the Jewish theatre was Maurice Schwartz Nevertheless, he decided not to have any theatre this season His place will be taken by Jacob Ben-Ami who, after a long ? TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR THE HOUSE OF MURPHY Service Men'i Alterations Alteration* Service Uniforms 162 W. Flagler St. Miami. Pla. absence from the Jewish stage, took one of the largest theatres on Second Avenue and will play with the best ensemble the Jewish stage has Molly Picon, too, is returing this season to the Jewish theatre after being away from it for quite a while She will have her own theatre, also on Second Avenue The soul of the Jewish theatrical profession is the modest Reuben Guskin, who has given so many years of his life to protect the interests of Jewish actors as the manager of the Hebrew Actors Union ... I was present at the annual meeting this week of the members of this union and was greatly impressed by Guskin's report ... It seems to me that if not for Guskin's energetic activities, the entire Jewish theatre would have long ceased to exist ... He is the person around whom the entire Jewish theatrical life revolves And he is very conscious of his responsibilities both to the actors, whose interests he protects, and to the producers with whom he negotiates ... He certainly succeeds in surmounting difficulties which no one else could face. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Margolis and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASON'S GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR CROSS DISPLAY SERVICE 1321 S. W. 40th Ave. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR AIR FLIGHT BAR 935 Washington Avenue Phone 5-9267 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR W. H. McLEOD Upholsterer 5508 N. W. 2nd Avenue WE TAKE PLEASURE IN WISHING FOR ALL JEWRY A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES FOR A NEW YEAR OF HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY BUD'S BAR & GRILL 1100 N. W. 62nd St. National Brands, Inc SAM BLANK BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR EMPLOYERS SERVICE 615 Seybold Building y> BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR $ A.D.F. BLOODWORTH LANG SERVICE STATION 427 S. W. 8th Street WISH THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR The Makers of That Good ROYAL PALM CREAM And Distributors of ROYAL PALM MILK Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR ROYAL PALM CREAMERY (Incorporated) PHONE 3-8655 GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR C & W SANDWICH SHOP 339 N. E. lit Avenue BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ZAHRA'S GROCERY 645 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-5207 TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS WE EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE DERBY BAR 915 Washington Avenue tf ITS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ST. GEORGE HOTEL 605 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach I I



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* PAGE SIX vjewisti HcrM/an FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER is HOUSES OF WORSHIP WILL BE OPEN ON VICTORY DAY The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami announces that Thanksgiving and Prayer Services will be held in all the synagogues of Greater Mr ami on Victory Day. the day that peace is declared in Europe. Synagogues will be open all that day for prayer and communion. Special services will be held at 8 p. m. of Victory Day in which the Rabbis will speak, the Cantors will chant and responsive prayers will be recited. Adults and children are urged to attend these services. NEW YEAR GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Riesner and family 31 W. Rivo Alto Drive With Their Friends and Relatives; Jacob Religious School of Miami NEW SEMESTER OPENS BETH JACOB RELIGIOUS SCHOOL LAST MONDAY The new semester at the Beth Jacob Religious School began on Monday with a heavy registration marking the first week of the new term. Ben Rudtizky, an outstanding pedagogue with many years of Hebrew School teaching experience in the northern states, has been added to the school faculty. The Beth Jacob Religious School, the first Hebrew School in this area to establish, and the only one to have, a five-day-aweek curriculum, has now increased its educational facilities and increased its period of instruction to an hour and a half a day in all its classes. As a result of the increase in numbers of days and hours of religious school instruction and its outstanding faculty, the Beth BEACH CHILD PASSES AWAY IN HOSPITAL WEDNESDAY Marlene Barr, two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr, 4400 Sheridan Ave., passed away Wednesday in a local hospital following a brief illness. Beside her parents, she is survived by a brother, Harold. Services will be held in the chapel of the Gordon Funeral Home at 4:30 on Friday. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Burial will follow in the family plot in Woodlawn Park. RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION TO HOLD RADIO SERVICES The Rabbinical Association will conduct New Year programs over all local stations this Sunday, September 17. WQAM 9:45 to 10 a. m. WIOD 11:30 to 11:45 a. m. WFTL 2:45 to 3:00 p. m. WKAT 4:00 to 4:15 p. m. FEUER and OSSIP INSURANCE AGENCY NC WISHES ALL ITS FRI ENDs A HAPPY NEW YEAR ~ A BEST investrm^A ^. A States War Bond. Buy oft*!* 4 A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. David Washer and family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. B. Karp and son Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abner Wolf Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Celia Tepper and family Wish Their Friends A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Durbin and Daughter. Betty Jean Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Beach now offers a superlative and well-rounded program of rej ligioua training for all the children and Jewish youth on Miami | Beach, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff stated. Registration of children bej tweei) the ages of 6 and 15 takes place daily at the office, every week day from 4 to 8 p. m. The Beth Jacob Religious School has organized a children's Glee Club under the direction of Miss Claire Rosenfeld. The group meets daily, on weekdays, at 5 p. m. in the Talmud Torah building. All children between the ages of 6 and 14 with "singing voices" are' invited to join. Berne (WNS)—The Hungarian Government is determined to settle the Jewish problem "energetically" by the renewal of mass-deportations and by the intensification of anti Jewish measures, according to a cable received here this week from the Budapest correspondent of the Swiss Telegraphic Agency. The correspondent said that there was ground to fear that, as a result of the pressure being exerted by Hungarian extremists and the Gestapo on the Hungarian Government, "Hungary will again take up the Jewish problem energetically and will resume anti-Jewish persecutions.*' BEST WISHES FOR A HEALTHFUL AND HAPPY NEW YEAR Tp MY MANY FRIENDS EUGENE J. WEISS Certified Public Accountant SEASON'S GREETINGS EAT MORE DELICIOUS POULTRY & EGGS BUY AT J. L. SPRINGER—317 N. W. 5th Street Phone 3-5448 Open Until Noon Sundsv WILLIAMS—2091 N. W. 7th Avenue T Phone 2-3673 We Never Close—Day or Night "KEEP 'EM FRYING' VOLUNTEER WORKERS ASKED FOR HOSPITALS HAPPY NEW YEAR LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING 1443 S. W. 3rd St. Phone 2-8330 Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaler and Family Wish All ThenRelatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. Katiif and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Myron Miller and Family Wish All Their Relativi and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ned Pallant and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Peckerman and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR •More women volunteer workers are needed to prepare articles for hospitalized servicemen," Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, chairman of the Serve-a-Hospital Committee, pleadingly stated. "If the committee had more cooperation from the women the quota of work could be increased." the chairman explained. Ten organizations have participated financially to date. Although this committee has only been working for six weeks, the women have completed 22 solitaire pillow cases, 152 bedside kits. 17 pairs of woolen bedroom slippers, 13 U. S. A. scrapbooks, and 117 crossword puzzles. In addition to these articles, the committee sent 40 checker games and 24 game kits to the Finney General Hospital. Thomasville, Ga. This work was supervised by Nathan Rothbcrg. of the Jewish Welfare Board. The articles made by this committee are distributed on a nonsectarian basis. Mrs. Jerome Ficihling was unanimously elected recording secretary of the committee. She re, places Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs, | who resigned. Meetings of the organization will be resumed September 28. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Kurlander's Beach and Sport Wear 811 Lincoln Road Miami Beach The Pont Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel and children, Sidney and Ceil Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenstein and son, Irwin 505 12th Street. Miami Beach Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR HAZORAH September 12. 1944 We advise the Miami Jewish community interested in Kashrus that there is no recognized Shochet at Maltzman's Poultry Store, known as People's Market, located at 1108 S. W. Eighth St. We ask your co-operation in dealing with matters of Kashrus to make certain that everything is "K'DAS-UCHDIN," m accordance with strict Jewish laws. \ Consult your Rabbi. RABBI MAX SHAPIRO. RABBI SIMON APRIL. The Best the Market Affords in Live & Dressed POULTRY STRICTLY FRESH EGGS Sunset Poultry Farm 1668 Alton Road Ph. 5-4118 Mrs. R. U. Williams. Mgr. R. U. Williams. Owner MIAMI BEACH. FLA. Tennessee Poultry fit Eqq Co. 1340 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 9-2585 Alton P. (Red) Smith. Mgr. R. U. Williams. Owner MIAMI, FLA. 7th Ave. Fish & Poultry 6101 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 78-2062 L. W. (Lish) Ellison. Mgr. R. U. Williams. Owner MIAMI. FLA. BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD TO HOLD FIRST MEET OF YEAR Mrs. Samuel Zimmerman and Family Wish Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow and Family Wish Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. M. Harkins Wishes His Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. George P. Werbel Wish Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiss Wish Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. L. Lubin Wish Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Beth David Sisterhood will hold its first meeting of the season Wednesday, September 20, | at 2 p. m. in the Beth David auditorium. Abe Cannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education will be guest speaker. Mrs. Harry Oliphant, president, extends a cordial invitation to all members and friends to attend. Cincinnati — The first six j months of the combined cam-1 paign for the support of the i gregations and Hebrew Union College have shown substantial ] and gratifying progress, according to a report just issued by %  Roger W. Straus, national campaign chairman. The fiscal year of the UAHC and HUC ended June 30th. Included among those who' have traveled about the country doing effective work for the 1 combined drive was Day J. Apte of Tampa. TO THE JEWS OF GREATER MIAMI: May we extend our wishes to you for a A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. May we who have had the good fortune of living in America, having escaped grief and horror, do all in our power to aid in healing the wounds and grief of our people who were saved from the Hitler MASS MURDER and are in need of a helping hand. MIAMI ICOR COMMITTEE Dr. N. N. Bloom. President M. Baumel, Secretary A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR MONSALVATGE & DRANE DISTRIBUTORS OF OPTIMO CIGARS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR PURITY CONDIMENTS Manufacturers ol Fine Mayonnaise and Salad Dressing 1095 N. W. 23rd St. Phone 3-7154 OFFICERS. DIRECTORS AND MEMBERS OF MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. SISTERHOOD EXTEND BEST WISHES TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY FOR A HAPPY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR HERMAN AND HARRY PEARL OF THE Florida Provision Co., Inc. Distributors of KOSHER ZION DELICATESSEN AND MANY OTHER LEADING LINES OF FOOD PRODUCTS 1721 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS AND WISHES FOR A G'MAR CHSIMA TOVA BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41ST ST. MIAMI BEACH Limited number of seat reservations available for High Holy Day Services Committee at Temple: Afternoons 2-4 Evenings 7-9. Phone 58-1961 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS American National l&ittk of 4$tuintt 139 N. E. 1st St. Miami



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1944 Jewistfk>ridian PAGE SEVEN ^•asis^sssr"" "TMttsMfca.%-5 PARADE! SERVICE On Every Front Where Our Boys Are Fighting They Will Be Able to Observe Holy Days Traditionally By PAUL KRESH Saipan and other fighting every branch of the armed serTo all men of Jewish faith in fronts. vices to "grant suitable liberty America's armed forces here and At army camps and at naval to men of the Jewish faith fhroad whose contributions tobases in the United States, there wherever feasible, in order that ward the victory of the Allied will be chaplains and civilian they may attend services on lse have grown steadily in rabbis to conduct regular Holy these days in locations nearest strength since the day Japan atDay services at chapels. In many their stations." tacked IVarl Harbor, this column instances, where military cirA number of Jewish Navy wishes to extend greetings on cumstances make it feasible, chaplains also are overseas this the occasion of the Hebrew New army and navy authorities will vear They will conduct special Year 5705. grant permission for Jewish men services, some abroad transports, PIKI. Hashonah comes this to attend services at synagogues battleships, and other craft. Reat a time when our forces in loc al communities, or even to cently Chaplain R. D. Workman, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Katz and Daughters Wish All Their Miami and West Palm Beach Friends A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Vincent Oaksmith Extends Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR To All His Friends ever nearer to In many communities near J* av our „ comp e ^ cooperation he very mainland of the enemy army camps, families have arm he mattci of the H '8 h Holy Harvey and Adele, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sootin have joined the navy; Harvey as an electronic technician, and Adele in the Waves. Harvey who is now in boot training at Great Lakes, 111., is a graduate of Technical High School, where he finished a two year radio course. He is a past president of Chapter 517 of the AZA group, and a member of Beth David Junior Congregation. Adele left last week for New York City, where she will receive her boot training at Hunter College. She is a graduate of Miami Senior High, and had three years at Miami University before entering the service. She is a former member of the Sunday School faculty of Beth David. Pepsicola Bottling Co. Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year To All My Friends The Southland Bakery A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR To All My Friends William Arnold, President Rexall Drug Store Lake Worth Mr. and Mrs. S. Brodie and Son Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Their Friends i,„ n ranged to entertain servicemen Td on every front where men as their guests during this period. J^*-*}. mjny miles of Jewish faith are fighting with And in some areas where there sonSi lhe Board has also ar their comrades of all faiths to are not enough Jewish men to ranged to prepare appropriate beat down, once and for all. the warrant the appointment of a recordings whereby the young threat of the world s would-be Jewish chaplain, Jewish boys will man away from home wiu b conquerors, they will have an still be able to gather on Yom able to send Hign Holy Day opportunity this Rosh Hashonah Kippur and thrill to the voice of greetings back home on a recand Yom Kippur to observe some great cantor singing the ord Thc Board also has supp Hed these Holy Days in the traditionKol Nidre from a transcription a ) a ,. ge num ber of New Year al spirit. on the phonograph The Board greeting cards, including V-mail For many the traditional serhas sent a number of transcribed editions. vices will consist of but a whisHigh Holy Day programs, recHoliday Luncheons Planned oered prayer — a prayer of orded by distinguished cantors Jewish Welfare Board workthanksgiving, perhaps, that they and choirs, to groups who have ers a t USO clubs have received can welcome this New Year on planned to conduct their own pro gram material and suggesterritory wrested from the enemy services. tions for sermons to aid them in in France, in Italy, in the PaciTo insure the arrival of suppreparing programs for groups fie. To some, the New Year may plies at points all over the globe that will be unable to attend be just a fleeting thought of in time for the High Holy Day services conducted by chaplains. home and family and New Years period, the Board began as early Field workers have made plans observed in other times, a meas May to fill "orders" for relito enhance the Yom Tov spirit mory of home while coursing gious supplies that came from with holiday luncheons to be through the air over some enemy chaplains, officers and enlisted served on both days of Rosh target or ploughing under the men all the way from Alaska to Hashonah and special "Breaksurface of an alien sea. the Virgin Island and from the the-Fast" suppers at the close of Extensive Preparation. South Pacific to the Seine. Yom Kippur. But in China, Burma, or India. In Europe where the rest of To the man in uniform thou-, ? %  "/ S()Utnwest p ac ifi c after in some Alaskan outpost, a JewJewry will still be forced to sands of miles away huddled in ; rf on he a hands ish private may have the expenworship in silence, Jewish men some foxhole under a rain of i .. t M n his ence of attending a service that in our army will be able to sound shell, or the fighter plane pilot, inforr ned some chaplain will have flown the prescribed calls on the ram's battling the enemy in the sky,, „ MilJer was 38 when he thousands of miles to conduct, horn in freedom and without for all those engaged in bal.le t £_ overseas m j ury 1943 He will hold in his hand a prayfear, a sound that this year will on this occasion, there can be no er book that may have been see m to herald the approach of religious services in the formal shipped across an ocean in order freedom for all that continent. sense, and no supplies will be to be in his hands at that time. "Grant Suitable Liberty" able to reach them. For them The Jewish Welfare Board has To supply these men with the there can beno lunchepiw nor preoared more extensively than wherewithal for their services, special suppers in USO Clubs. 5? beforTTn i U ; history that the JWB has sent a great variety But this year they can share Jewish men may observe these of religious articles abroad with in fce feeling that can High Holy Days crates containing Torah scrolls, strengthen the hearts of us all With 251 Jewish chaplains in candlesticks, altar cloth, ram's this year-hope tha this conthe field-96 of them overseashorns, and hundreds of thousands flic vfllmrWlgt its nd. and the maioritv of Jewish soldiers, of prayer books and Jewish that next year, God willing, all wbefi £ % SouI^aSoFa calendars. These prayer books may gather in their own synaM otfAnnSMU o? are slim khaki volumes that have Rogues and to their jn


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IT.'.*PAGE EIGHT +Jcnist ffcrMiar) Notes Of Y. M. H. A -bySAM SILVER The officers, executive director, and board members of the Miami Y. M. & Y. W. H. A. take this opportunity to extend New Year greetings to all members of our community. We look forward to a speedy victory and the return of our service folk in good health. The "Y" also looks forward to a year of progress and service. B'NAI B'RITH NOTES IT'S A PLEASURE TO EXTEND OUR SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ACME SEPTIC TANK COMPANY 5705 N. W. 27th Avenue TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR B "Babe" SHARGAA And Associates MARKET VIEW RESTAURANT 2195 N. W. 12th Avenue BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR JEFF'S RESTAURANT & NITE CLUB SAM SLATKO. Owner 1201 W. Flagler Street BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. and MRS. SANEL BEER RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM MIAMI, FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR UPHOLSTERING YOU WILL SHOW WITH PRIDE FOR IT'S DONE RIGHT WHEN IT'S DONE BY MICKEY 1008 S. W. 8th Street MUECKE UPHOLSTERY CO. "The Better Kind" Phone 2-4384 MR. SAUL KENHOLZ Serving his thousands of customers on Miami Beach for many years announces the reopening of KENHOLZ Meats and Poultry 1043 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-3992 Carrying as usual the finest of strictly Kosher Western Prime Meats and choice selection of Poultry VISIT US AT OUR NEW MARKET Open To Serve You Better On THURSDAY. SEPT. 28 415 ESPANOLA WAY By MARX FEINBERG Many members will be interested in the return of Brother Al Pallot to our midst for a period of approximately two weeks. I had occasion to speak to Al In reference to his experiences in the Navy, and it was revealing to hear the stories he had to tell. He related an incident that happened on the island of Arruba, off the coast of Venezuela, win re the majority of the inhabitants and merchants w.ic refugee Jews from the Netherlands. Arnica is a Dutch possession and Al reports that these men and women have adopted their new habitat with much SEASON'S GREETINGS MR. AND MRS. SAM WIESSEL SAM'S SERVICE STATION Sam's Silver Fleet Cabs 200 Coral Way CORAL GABLES TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR George S. O'Kell %  BASON'S GREETINGS Automobile and Home Radio Repair Buy and Sell I'srd Radios Complete Line FARM BATTERY SETS Bring in for Free Estimate TRAIL PONTIAC 1305 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-2113 We Wish to Extend Our Best Wishes for the NEW YEAR To Our Many Good Friends EVANS FAMILY Sea Gull & Cabana Club HOTEL EVANS ease and seem to be very happy. During his stay there he advises that most of those with whom he spoke were interested in establishing a B'nai B'rith chapter on the island. Al told me that these men were Interested in their Judaism and despite the persecutions they have suffered they ananxious to retain their Jewish traditions and customs. Bother Pallot says that he met this condition in almost every Jewish community which he had an opportunity to visit. He reports also that the rumored antiJewish feeling in the armed services is just another form of propaganda sent out by the enemy to attempt to disunite the country (luring the war effort. In the service there is no color or creed and on many occasions you find Christian chaplains administering to Jewish boys and vice versa. Brother Pallot was in the unique position of being in command of the Armed Guard on a merchant tanker, being the only Naval officer aboard. In addition to being ship's chaplain, he was also doctor, supply officer, crew director, and everything else i KI %  • pi captain. It is interesting to hear the experiences of our members in the service and should any of you have interesting facts regarding our brothers it will be appreciBted ii the information is relayed to the writer. Lodge activities at the present lime are mostly confined to Anti-Defamation League work In promoting good will through hospitality services. The Committee on the Beach is doing a splendid job and is entitled to more cooperation from the membership than it is receK^TlT' work is not confinedhS ^ committee, but involve"!! 0 the fare of every Jew in ,J, e Wel mumty. It should be nurtur^?every merchant with i"? d ^ you will find that ho H al J a n( i will be commenfur S tft s investment. Wltn the Plans are being marl&f Picnic for the Lrriw'iV Auxiliary for next month J t of the county parks and K^ 6 affairs usually result in, ^ derfu. day's %ntertahS^ ?t prepared for a definite annoL* % n u^ %o nC ^n W,,,k 'r o 'S uue to an early deartu caused by the special"New ft edition of this paper it w5l hf impossible to include n S ^ the meeting held at Beth ni^ Tuesday evening. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1944 ^ lewislfkridbnr PAGE NINE Dutch Jews Approach the Holidays in A More Hopeful Spirit By JULIUS MORITZEN (Mr. Moritzcn is a writer on international affairs. He is the author of "Peace Movement of America" and other works) T o speak of the Dutch Jews as L the Netherlands is nothing Lhnrt of a paradox. For of the Rands who formerly constiKV Jewsih communities of Krdam, Amsterdam and the K ct.es of Holland only a "'"re handlul remain. It is said "hat t heir number is so insignificant thai even the Nazis no longbother hunting them down And vet whether some Jews still Kd shelter here and there in Holland, whether they have been Lorted. found asylum in other lands or have been incorporated jn the armies of the United Nations, all must look upon the liberation of Paris as a good omen, a forerunner of their own DDay, the end of the holecaust in which the Hitler fanatics ingulfed them for more than four years. In none of the Nazi-occupied countries of Europe have the Jews suffered more than in Holland where the citizenship of many dated back as far as the thirteenth century. There is an ominous blacklist being prepared of those responsible for the horrible murders, persecutions and deportations meted out to the Dutch Jews, and one need not wonder that retribution will be swift and thorough when the day or reekoning comes. Underground Dutch newspapers regret that when the day of 1 iberation arrives Holland will I be virtually without political leadership, since the taking of' hostages of importance was part' of the plan of Hitler for the subjugation of the country Ac' cording to the "Netherland Weekly,' the latest group to be deported included Dr. A. M. Joekes, Liberal Democratic member of the Lower House of Par-1 liament; J. Schouten, member of \ the Calvinist Party; and Loos! Vorrink, chairman of the Social Democratic Party, and member of i the Upper House. I The underground "Vrij NederI land" adds to the above that Arie Vorrink, leader of the Labor Youth Organization, and K. i Toornstra, Social Democratic member of the Amsterdam City Council, were also taken to Ger' many. Other groups of hostages taken to the Reich included Dr. A Happy, Healthful and Prosperous NEW YEAR TO Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons 1462 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA T. J. Verschuur, former minister of economic affairs, Dr. J. J. C. van Dijk, former Minister of Defense, and J. Ringers, a civil engineer head of the Department of Reconstruction. Dr. M. Friediger, Chief Rabbi of Denmark, himself deported to Germany when the Hitler persecution of the Jews of Denmark marked up another crime under the Nazi regime, in his work, "The History of the Jews," and speaking of the Dutch Jews, says that "in no land did the Jews enjoy greater privileges than in Holland. Holland received the fugitives from Spain and elsewhere with the greatest hospitality. She gave them a peaceful home. That was why the community life flourished. Thanks to a widespread system of s< Itrule, the Jews formed a strong national-cultural entity. "Like their fellow religionists in most other countries the Jews did not have to pay a special Jew*tSX. They could own prop erty according to their desire and as the population at large understood to value their Jewish fellowinen according to their real worth, the good relations existing between the Jews and their neighbors laid the foundation for the cultural eminence of the Dutch Jews." This glimpse of the Dutch Jews by so prominent a religionist and fellow-sufferer as Rabbi Friediger makes it the more pertinent and desirable that the liberation of Denmark from the Nazi yoke shall occur in the same hour when the bells of freedom will ring out over Holland. There is reason to feel that as the Jewish holidays approach, a more hopeful spirit will arise among the Dutch Jews as it will among the Scandinavian Jews' of the North. As offsetting the picture of brutality that has characterized the existence of the Dutch Jews after the advent of Hitler and his henchmen in 1940, there is some compensation in glancing back and give some attention to Jewish affairs in Holland previous to those tragic days that set civilization back decades. In "The Contemporary Jewish Record," there is for instance an interesting account of the genesis of the Dutch Jews. "To Amsterdam, the Venice of the North," we read, "certain individual Marranos had already come. Amsterdam welcomed the settlement of these merchant princes and proud hidalgos from the Iberian Peninsula. 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PAGE TEN rjenisfi thrkttam The Universal Overtones of Rosh Hashonah By MAX ARZT The author of this article is Assistant Professor of Practical Theology :it the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. He is the former president 01 the Rabbinical Assembly of America. Rosh Hashonah addresses us with a distinctive vocabulary and introduces us into a unique realm of discourse. Its dominant motif is one of solemnity and awe. In the blowing of the Shofar, the characteristic rite of the day. we hear the shrill alarm and warning of the Tekiah. There comes to us the tremulous Teruah blast of impending danger and the wailing SHEVARIM note of heart-rending agony. We are summoned into the presence of God who is seated in the heavenly assizes on a high and lofty throne. The Book of Remembrance in which every man's deeds are recorded is opened. The record is sealed with the imprint of every man's hand. The angels, trembling with fear, declare, "Behold the Day of Judgment." A mysterious adversary, SATAN, assumes the role of KATEGOR (prosecuting attorney) indicting man and calling for devastating retribution. In our prayers we reflect on the creatureliness of man. on his evanescent and transitory existence—"Man's origin is dust and he returneth to the dust. He obtaineth his bread by the peril of his life. He is like a fragile postsherd, as the grass that withereth. as the flower that fadeth, as a passing shadow, as the wind that bloweth, as the fleeting dust and as a dream that vanisheth." It is the purport of these sombre meditations to make us cringe before our Maker in utter contrition, to induce us to acknowledge His sovereignty ;md thus to win a favorable decision of life and hope by the practice of Repentance, Prayer and Righteousness. Our age is one in which terms like sin, judgment and repentance have fallen into desuetude. We have almost forgotten the language of religious expression. Yet our intuition is deeper than our understanding. Somehow we sense, though we do not fully i comprehend, that which is of; abiding good in the mood and meaning of Rosh Hashonah. We I flock to the synagogue in numbers so large that space has to be reserved in advance. We may avow througout the year that we are not pious, yet on Rosh Hashonah we manifest an intuitive quest for religious experience. What actuates us to come to the synagogue is something deeper than a consciousness of kind. For of all the high moments of the Jewish calendar, of all the significant dates of the year, Rosh Hashonah is most deficient in particularistic tone and tenor. It marks no decisive event in the history of our people and ANHf USm-tUSCH Budweiser TRAD* MARK IUO. U. PAT. OFF. EVERYWHERE DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL BRANDS. INC. RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1236 Wasnfngtoa tot. Miami leach In New York 76th SI. Amsterdam Avt 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE • 1944 CAJ1LLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT revolves about no central personality. Rather it speaks to us in moral and universal tones, stressing the failings as well as the aspirations of all humanity. We can distil something of supreme significance and of singuler relevance out of the poetic and mystic fancy that pervades the pages of the Mahzor and permeates the observance of the Days of Dread. For Rosh Hasj honah brings into bold relief the true character of our earthly nature and cautions us against that which debases our life and brings schism into our soul. It points the way to moral regeneration and purposeful living. It carries a message of redemption for a world in travail and a heartening hope of recuperation to an ailing humanity. The liturgy of Rosh Hashonah is centered around the basic weakness of our human nature, the capacity to sin and the tendency to moral depravity. The Yezer Hara. the evil impulse, is identified as man's invidious enemy. Being invisible he snipes at us in treacherous fashion, n offered no resistance, he degrades man below the level of the beast, and effaces the divine image in which he is made. He drugs men into selfish complacency and deprives them of their will to freedom. To our forbears this adversary was so real that they often personified him. They called him Satan and equated him with the angel of death. Satan was to them a vicious foe occupying territory in the soul of man and working havoc with increasing ferocity unless expelled by herculean will and iron determination. The Shofar sounds the siren calling the people "like warriors in the day of battle to arm against the evil that resides within man." Written large in the hallowed literature of Judaism is this recognition of the danger of sin and moral deterioration. The doctrine that man was formed in the image of the Divine was counterbalanced by the realistic warning that the heart of man is decitful, bring subject to processes of spiritual disintegration. Judaism does not endorse the notion that man Is instinctively good and that progress is inevitable—a doctrine which was so widely taught during the eighFRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, teenth and nineteenth cent, It sees in human depS""* element of our nature £ % %  which we must alX, ?"* guard. The undcrlinS?!,^'; (Cont inued on p a „ 4) OLD SARATOGA INN Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Strt Phone 7-7725 Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M ... 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r mAY. S EPTEMBER 15, 1944 Dutch Jews Approach Holidays With Hope ronitlnu d from rae W I ,. imata auickly declared open"' "Li, in nv .l them had been rfV UP M Catholics, the ration WU soon laid for a Ki nmwnun.ty wh.ch was Ed to acquire gnat prertige SkSninS as the years passed HI, ons between Jew and I gK in the Kolden a days of Hmsterdam were cordial Through international trade. i „ which their relations with nVr Jewish communities SSghout the world and their EndStine contacts with MarSS in s P ain 1J an l, Por tu aI ve them considerable advance Amsterdam Jewry acquired 1 jrea't wealth. It was not long Before they had time and money tor literature, learning and the arts The unowned Athias print£[ presses gave the world some rf its most beautiful Hebrew books. Plays appeared in Hebrew Ladion and Portuguese. A history of the Jewish people was written. Stately mansions like •hat of the wealthy de Pinto family adorned the city; the costly V nago(juiin Amsterdam is a perpetual monument to the glory that was the New Jerusalem." Such, then, was the beginning „j Judaism in the Netherlands. 1 In the decades that followed other pictures in contrast filled n foe canvas of Jewish life in Holland Wars and rumors of war followed successive periods 0 ( peace in which the Jews of Holland suffered as did the citizens as a whole. It is difficult to conceive, however, of trial and tribulation.-greater than tho.se to which Hitler and his gangsters exposed the Jews of Holland as world war number two took its nward course. There are no darker pages of history than those that were written since •940. May the Jews of Holland, as well as' Jews everywhere who have lived under the Hitler domination, meet the coming day in a new spirit that will write off the past as a nightmare best to oe forgotten, but for the lesson it brought humanity. +Jewish nuridifori PAGE ELEVEN SECOND LUBLIN LIST IS READY FOR THE PUBLIC ——— Lublin (JTA)—The second list of names of surviving Jews in Lublin compiled by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent is now on file at the Jewish Floridian office. Many of the 1.000 Jews in Lublin who escaped extermination in the "death camp" of Majdanek. situated on the outskirts of the city, were still too shaken to write down the addresses of their relatives in the United States for the JTA correspondent who arrived here from Moscow to establish contact between the survivors and their friends and relatives in the United States. Canada and Palestine. Five years of war and the constant fear of being caught by the Germans and murdered have resulted in the loss of the add.*jsses of relatives overseas. Some of the Jews in Lublin are in such a state that they do not even remember the city in the United States where their relatives reside. CAPITAL SPOTLIGHT By MURIEL LEVIN Copyright, i44. ji-wiKh Telegraphic Agency, inc. Jacksonville (WNS) — The Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges, at its annual conference, voted to extend membership in B'nai B'rith. without charge, to all AZA alumni now in the armed forces. The conference, which dealt largely with war service activities, also offered its cooperation to local agencies dealing with I the employment problems of rej turning servicemen. The wildest phantasies on the subject of the "international Jew about whom Henry Ford, i among others, made it his busi-! ness to spread evil fiction before the war, cannot keep pace with : the reality of international fasc! ism. At the very moment the furn\ aces of Majdanek in the outskirts of Lublin were giving up charred skeletons, and the charnel houses where Nazi perverts and butchers tortured, robbed and murdered a million and a half human beings in the greatest crime of history were Riving up their horrors—at the very moment when the conscience of the civilized world was stirred to its depths by these revelations of unparalleled depravity —the spirit that produced these infamies was being voiced openly at a meeting on American soil., At the Detroit convention of Gerald L. K. Smith's "America First" parly a Chicago delegate, Homer MalrtZ, urged the Jews be deported from the United | States and that those who would not leave voluntarily be sterilized. This is the language and the spirit of Adolf Hitler and of the butcher Heinrich Himmler. Someone has remarked that every anti-Semite is in reality a potential murderer. 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PAGE TWELVE *Jem§ii thrktiam THE JEWS IN FRANCE By AI.KRKI) WRUNEIl Paris is free again. And as the day approaches when the Boche will have been driven from every inch of French soil, one can well imagine the joy of the French people at the prospect of being free after four years of humiliation, shame and degradation at the hands of the Nazi defilers of their country. But who can measure the jubilation of the Jews in France as they see the end of their travail? For they had to suffer not only as Frenchmen, but also as Jews. When the 'Blitzkrieg" broke out, in May, 1940. there were some 320,000 Jews in France, including foreign Jews, comprising them, high-ranking officers, fought in the French army. Some of them escaped to England where they joined General de Gaulle's army of liberation, while the majority were disarmed by the invaders and sent to Germany, like their Christian fellow-soldiers. Thousands of civilians fled to Switzerland, Africa or the Western hemisphere. But the vast majority could not leave France, or did not wish to do so. Many of the Jews of Paris— permit themselves to be poisoned by the propaganda of racial hatred, spread by the invaders and their French stool-pigeons. They preferred to listen to the voice of the Archbishops of Paris, Lyon and Toulouse who angrily, if vainly, urged the men of Vichy to stop the un-Christian measures directed against the Jews. They remembered the pastoral letter, issued by the Bishop of Montaubcn, ending with the words: "May God comfort and fortify those who arc unworthily persecuted," or the Open Letter condemning the massacre of the Jews, published by the fervently Catholic poet, Paul Claudel. When the Jews of Paris were where 70'' of French Jewry lived before the war—crossed the line ordered to wear yellow badges, of demarcation into Vichy France hoping to be safe in unoccoupied France. If their lot was comparatively better than that of the Christian students demonstratively wore the Star of David in the Latin Quarter. At numerous cities Christian crowds eluding foreign Jews, comprising their coreligionists remaining in gathered in front of the railway 0/ of the total population. Northern France, this was not %  station, wildly protesting against Their tragedy is well known to j duc to kindness on the part the deportation of the Jews. The :ill of us. Many Jews, among I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Decro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street Of Marshal Petain and his pals, some of whom are noted as ardent Jew-baiters. It was due primarily to the fact that north of the line of demarcation the French masses were entirely powerless, whereat in the South the government had to refrain from indulging in anti-Semitism a la Stretcher, De Brinon and Doriot in Order not to antagonize public opinion that was strongly in favor of the Jews. That explains why the majority of the Jews who had found refuge in Vichy Franco were able to save their skins. This changed, of course, in November. 1942, when, following the Allied invasion of North Africa, the Nazis occupied Southern France, too. Henceforth at Marseilles, Lyon, Toulouse and other cities of the I South. Jews were rounded up | and thrown into death trains bound for Poland, as it had been the case in Paris since the summer of 1940. Hundreds committed suicide, desperate mothers threw their babies out of win1 dows. Nevertheless. about 200,000 Jews were still estimated to be living in Prance on the day our forces invaded Normandy. This was due chiefly to the kindheartedness of the French people who hid their Jewish fellowcitizens in chateaus. farms, and ', woods, or helped them escape to places held by the gallant Ma; quis—in fact, many Jews are known to be prominent in the ranks of the underground fighters. The French people did not I French underground press of all shades urged the patriots to snatch the Jews from the claws of the Gestapo and hide them. This attitude ot tiie French nation is not surprising at all, for anti-Semitism is alien to the French soul, regardless of the fact that, half a century ago, some anti-Jewish bias was created artificially by the reactionary officers' clique which selected the Jewish Captain Alfred Dreyfus as their scapegoat. 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PAGE FOURTEEN Jewish Meridian FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, Universal Overtones Of Rosh Hashonah (Continued from Pace io> not an obsession of primitive and undeveloped mentalities. It is a realistic appraisal of the everpresent danger of man's reverting to barbarism and bestiality. Our generation is witnessing the fullest and most tragic realization of this menace. Judaism traces the origin of sin to the denial and defiance of the majesty of God. Man becomes a slave to his passions when he fails to recognize the sovereignty of the God of Justice. Loving-kindness and Truth. He achieves spiritual freedom only when he acknowledges the Kingship of God. In the words of Judah Halevi, "He alone is free who is a servant of the Lord." The synagogue service ol Rosh Hashonah IS in the nature of a coronation pageant in which we acclaim God as sovereign in our lives. The formal morning services opens with the intonation of the word Hamelech—the King—and a section <>f the Musaph service is designated as MALCHl'YOTH (Kingship) prayers. Many of the liturgical hymns composed by poets ol the Middle Ages cany the theme and the refrain, "The Lord is King." We are thus called upon t<> declare our unswerving allegiano to the Most High and to the moral law which emanates from Him as the initial step in freeing ourselves from the corrosive influence of sin and in the attainment of moral constancy consistency. A disciplne for self-renewal and spiritual reclamation is ol fered in the words TESHUVAH (Repentance). TEFILLAH (Prayer), ZEDAKAH (Righteous conduct) Ere the universe w .is established, say our sages. God created repentance, thus offering the sinner a chance to release himself from the grip of sin. The sinner who is a process of self-appraisal and self-judgment feels weighed down with a sense of regret and remorse is assured of the possibility of i moral renovation. The conscience of man needs lust to be activated if he is to avail him, self of the healing power of reI pentance. Thus Maimonides | hears in the sounds of the Shofar the following appeal to the dor! mant soul. "Awake ye sleepers I from your slumbers and rouse you from your lethargy. Scrutin1 ize your deeds and return in repentance. Remember your creai tor, ye who forget eternal truths in the trifles of the hour, who I go astray after vain illusions which can neither profit nor deliver." Once aroused from moral stupor, man must keep on the alert. Hence Prayer is the second requirement of spiritual recovery Prayer endows us with the moral courage needed for resistance to temptation and for mastery of circumstance, in prayer we reaffirm the truths which make us free and utter a declaration of independence from lowly and unworthy aims. By frequent communion with the Most High we derive stamina and strength to extricate ourselves from Unreal m of impurity and to attach our life to the verities that are enduring. But noble aspirations : to be translated into norms of behavior. Hence the third element of the formula for seiilvncwal is ZEDAKAH. righteous conduct. Precept is not enough. Spiritual maturity is attained by him who proceeds to transmute his highest aspirations into habitual deeds oi integrity, justice and compassion. Thus we are offered a plan for victorious living and a discipline leading to selfmastery and moral rcgcnration. In accentuating the role of the individual and his accountabilir Jus character and conduct. Judaism takes issue with curn nt philosophies which avow that human personality is not only conditioned but completely : mini d by hereditary, environmental and economic factors. The effect of such teachings has been to discount the element oi free will and self determination, to scorn ideal values as chimerical. In the Nazi system this attitude of contempt for the individual personality led to the cult of brute force, to a suppression of all human rights, and to unparalleled barbarism. In civilized circles the teaching \ that the individual's fate is prei determined by an inevitable "wave of the future" has led to defeatism, to inertia and-to a lethargy which expressed well in reluctance to make sacrifices I for ideals. Judaism gives primacy to the Vital energies of the individual., It calls for a fresh perception ol human values, for a new courage' in facing life, for a rebirth of human dignity as a necessary prelude to a just society and a peaceful humanity. Once the self is fortified with a sense pi personal accountability, the basis is established for "a new heaven and a new earth." Society is not an assembly of preconditioned organisms reacting blindly to internal and external stimuli, but an aggregation of individuals who because they bear the image i of God an expected to exercise discretion and volition. Such selfconscious and responsible personalities will unite in cooperative endeavor to "perform the will Ol God with a perfect heart. This is the burden of one of the most ancient passages in the liturgy, "And therefore impose Thine awe upon all Thy works and Thy dread upon all that Thou hast created, that all mayfear Thee and creatures prostrate themselves before Thee, that they may all form a single band to do Thy will with a perfect heart." Human cooperation is not to be forged by force, nor prooelled by mob frenzy. 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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1944 Universal Overtones Of Rosh Hashonah (Continued from l'age 14) winded words of enduring beaul ; thus envisioned an era of universal amity and peaceful coAU r the"'orld shall come to serve A n d'bless Thy glorious Name And Thy righteousness triumphThe islands shall acclaim And the people shall go seeking Who knew Thee not before And the ends of earth shall praise Thee And tell Thy greatness oer. f n the concluding TEKIAH rmOLAH our ancestors heard h e hopeful note of the SHOFAR SHEL MASHIAH heralding a Messianic era of liberation for a ore beset humanity. As a concomitant of an ideal order of justice and peace, a brighter day would at last dawn for suffering Israel. For, say the rabbis, •when trouble comes upon the world, Israel is the first to suffer and when joy comes to the world, Israel is likewise the first to sense its benefits." The holocaust of our age began with a program of fierce persecution directed at the world's most defenseless minority. By the same token, the rehabilitation of the scattered and homeless of Israel in their ancient homeland and the restoration of the rights of Jews everywhere are the sina qua non of liberation for all who are downtrodden. A sage of the third century sad, "God is not like man. Man creates with instruments that are unbroken. But God often uses broken instruments to achieve His purpose." Israel which has been victimized in every time and place has become the vehicle for the formulation and transmission of a universal outlook, a broad perspective embracing all humanity and an eloquent plea for human brotherhood. We live in decisive times when the dominion of arrogance is meeting with crushing defeat. As Jews we must band ourselves together with our fellowmen of all creeds and peoples to lay the foundations of a better world. Ours is the historic duty to be the better equipped for this task by making articulate in every aspect of our being, the life-sustaining truths which are the shining glory of our Jewish heritage. Jewish Calendar All HpllUays and Fast Days begin .11 runft i>f "the flay preceding tha dales given below: 19 4 4 ROSH HASHONAH Monday, September 1* Tuetday, September It FAST OF OEDALIAH Wednesday, September 20 VOM KIPPUR Wednesday. September 27 SUCC0TH (First Two Day*) Monday, October 2 Tuecday, October S SHEMINI AZERETH Monday, October t SIMCHATH TORAH Tuesday, October 10 'Jmistirkrk/i&n PAGE FIFTEEN Miami for REST CONVALESCENCE OHJCHRONICCASES jfSun-JlayPark I Health Resort "!*HlW.FIASLIR • lo'-couerrioBiDA SOOXLIl. *"-<. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED l'll.K 38365 iMtli, %  ','.'" '". y "'<••. and ha made .., j '""nee with law. W ri. 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Anti-Semitic movies of the type Hitler promulgated are being publicly shown. Recently Col. Juan Peron, Argentine vice president and the power behind the throne of the Farrell military clique, has been talking in exactly the language with which Hitler sought to obtain endorsement before the war. Like Hitler, Peron has urged the arming of Argentina to the hilt, he has sponsored the coordination of Argentine industry in a plan for military supremacy of his country and he has proclaimed that internationally might is right. Most recently Peron has taken another characteristically Nazi SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SANDERS REALTY 3679 S. W. th Strt PHONE 48-4100 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROBERT R. TAYLOR AND ASSOCIATES of the COUNTY SOLICITOR'S OFFICE SEASONS GREETINGS WILLIAM E. COOK 936 Everglades ConcouxM PHONE 6-3755 RENTALS — SALES MIAMI BEACH AND NORMANDY ISLE PROPERTIES ACME CABS aid %  v. 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Even in Italy, where some harbored the illusion that fascism could exist without antiJewish acts, Jews were eventually ousted from their jobs, robbed and maltreated. With the pass-1 ing of fascism in Italy that dishonorable page in Italian history will be revised. But in this hemisphere the relentless struggle has begun. The forces of Nazism and fascism are struggling for survival. They are at work in the Americas. In Latin America they constitute a grave future problem for the United States government. In the United States they are a fanged viper which must be crushed underfoot. Keep on buying War Bonds. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS SAM'S SEA FOOD MARKET 723 N. W. 20th Street NEW YEAR GREETINGS SOUTHERN COLD STORAGE CO. COLD STORAGE FACILITIES Fruits Vegetables Produce Seeds Seaboard Trackage 1701 N. W. 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I xr*t •'" PAGE SIXTEEN +Je*ist> fkridpam FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER K ,., dom. Paris was the seat of the Central Consistory, established by Napoleon in 1809, and of many Jewish institutions, including the famous Yiddish "Volks-Universitaeten." Will Paris again be a center of flourishing Jewish life after this war? Will the thousands of Jewish refugees who escaped to Switzerland, North Africa and the Western Hemisphere return to their homes in France? Will the Jewish institutions of charity and learning that were destroyed by the Nazis and their stooges in the course of four dreadful years be restored after the liberation of metropolitan France? Only time will answer the question. Time will show to what an extent the indomitable spirit of France and Israel will be able to repair the damage clone by the enemy of mankind in the darkest years of the history of France. SCHOLARSHIP CHAIRMAN IS NAMED BY WOMEN'S CLUB The Jews in France (Continued from Page 12) lived in the 16th century, was of party Jewish blood, as were the great modern novelists Anatole France and Marcel Proust. The number of Jews who became prominent in the realm of belles-lettres and science is legion. The philosopher Henri Bergson who received the Nobel prize "in recognition of his rich and lifegiving ideas and resplendent art with which they are presented" and the physicist Gabriel Lippman who was awarded the same honor "for his method based upon the phenomenon of interference for reproducing colors by photography" are among them. Jews have been fighting gallantly in the French armies since the days of Napoleon who made a man of Jewish blood, Andre Massena, Marshal of France. In the summer of 1940, a Colonel Schwartz, who commanded 1,300 men in the Maginot fortress of Hohwald, continued to fight the Nazis for two weeks alter the armistice against overwhelming odds, until a general arrived from Vichy and ordered the surrender of the garrison. At this hour, there is no way of knowing how many famished, but jubilant Jews have emerged from their hiding places in the glorious moment w hen the French patriots gained complete control over the metropolis. Pans was for many centuries a strong center of Jewish life. Jews are first mentioned in Paris at the end of the 6th century. In the Middle Ages the city contained three synagogues and two cemeteries. It was the center of Jewish studii's; the famous scholar Samuael ben Meir. shortly called "Eashbam" lived in Pans for a while, and Mattathias ben Moses, a pupil of Rashi, headed the city's outstanding Talmudic school. Although the Jews wen expelled from France in 1394. they did not disappear entirely from Pans. In the centuries to follow they lived there in the guise of Christians or Marranos, and a French queen summoned the great Eliyah Montalto to Paris in 1611 as court physician. About the middle of the 18th century only 150 families lived in the city, but the number of the Jewish population was swelled rapidly after 1870, when many Jewish families from Alsace Lorraine emigrated to the capital in order not to be subjected to the Prussian rule, and after 1771. when Russian refugees turned Buy War BonCts and Stamps to to the proverbial Mecca of Freehelp preserve Democracy. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE is MKHEHV GIVEN thai the underslaned, ilenii'inK '" ••nKiiK'' In business under lh.fictitious "•' of LIBERTY WINIxiW CLEANERS, at SSI Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach. Florida, inti-nd* to register MM said name with the Clark ol 11>.Circuit Court ..f i>ud<' County, Florida BENJAMIN STERN. Sole uwner MA I! TIN GENET Attorney for Applicant. n't:. :• 1-8-15-22 MlTli'K IS HEREBY (JIVES that the undersigned, desiring to t-iiKaice In IxiHincHH under the l I %  lltloua name of DREXEL COFFEE SHOP. 44544 EHpanoia Way, Miami Beach. Florida, Intend! to register tinsaid name with the Clerk of MM circuit Court of Dude County, Florida. RAE WOOLF MTERS A. HEIMAN Attorney* for Petitioner i. I-8-16-22-2S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned will realstei with the ''leik of the <'Ircull Courl In and for Dade County, Florida, the fictitious" name, PONCE slim-: STORE, .it L'.:L'| Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral liable*, Florida, under which I am engaged In business I:MAM 'EL HEIDERMAN MIRIAM HEIDERMAN i iw net i !• B-15-22-28 Mrs. S. F. Danels of the Hade Business and Professional Womens Club has been appointed State Scholarship Chairman of the Florida Federation of Business .ind Professional Women's Clubs, by Mrs Lorena O. Richey, : r< sident of the State Federation. Mrs. Danels was stale publicity chairman for the Florida Fed* I ation during l942-4;i, at which tune she won a national award foi club publicity. She is a charter member of the Dade Business and Professional Women's Club and has served in the capacity of publicity chairman for two years. sinis now servinb as second vice-president. The duties ol scholarship chairman in The state consists of general supervision of the fund which was created in honor of a past president, Miss Hattie Hoebuck: approving of rejecting applications for the use oi the fund; encouraging contributions thei r in and awarding scholarships on a competitive basis. At the pres, ent time, there are five students making use of the scholarship fund. All clubs in the state contribute to the fund. The State Federation contributes to the support of the Chair of Democracy at the Southern Women's College at Lakeland. Fla. TheDade Club has its own scholarship fund also, which is used for business school training. S. 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(1ER8TMAN MARK (IROSS'MAN (if.nnOK CHERTKOK, Al tone> fni Alililli in ''• I 22 % %  10 6 Not herehi gl\ en thai the underslg i. desiring ti> engage in hiisinesii undei the fictitious name ol i >RAN;E HOWL, 232 K Klaglei Ml Miami. Florida, intends t" reglstei ihe -.i oi name In the offlri of the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dude County, Florida HERMAN SHIFREN '. I -8-I5-22-29 IN COUNTY JIMMIES COURT ii.uii; County, Florida No. 18981 Re: ESTATE OF MONTH MACKi.\ s Fi iRESTER. Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice IN hereby given that I havo filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge aa Administrator ,.f the estate ol MONTE MACKLYN FORESTER, deceased; ami that on the -'•lh day <>f September, IS44. I will apply to the M rattle w. p. Ulan ton. Count) Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as A:,'.' %  COURT 'ROBATE ,0 i2. 0 a o anL "i lHl.„.,ol.' l trv >M To All Cl Having Claims Said Batata: Yon. ami each notified ami %  miuiea ami rcmilred i,7 ,"* n "y claim. ,„„, demind. which"? 1 u either of sou. may have .„ ""• •" !" l ;:f* Side Count^K? estate deoeaa Ida, to County rile tiie County • he Hon." w ":.'">, %  or. Courthouse in i'',.,•" ,h Florida, within eight al', r '""">• from the data of i„ ,'.": ,r Wmuii Keep on buying War Bonds. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE S80M Notice is hereby given that ERNEST UN WOOD THOMAS, holder as assignee of Everglades Drainage Districi Tax Certificate Numbered dated the 1M day of June. A D, 19412, has filed said Certificate In in) office, and has made application for lax deed to laaue thereon in accoidance with law. Bald Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County, FloiIda to wit lid !1, Block lt>, Semlnnle Lawn, a It.Mil, I'lJlt Hook II. Page I, in the Counts of Dade State of FIOI lil i The assessment of said property Under the said Certificate issued was in the name of MILDRED WICKER. Unless sani Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the 20th day of September, A D 1944, i'it'd tinISth day of Auaruat. A l> 1844 I?. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court. I lade Count \, Floi ui.i B N c STERRETT. n. C. (Circuit Court Seal) 8/18-25 8/1-8-1S uom me date of M... .'V' '"'"ilhs tlon hereof Said %  ,,„" JjWNkaclaimant III,-sent.-i ie barred. I9:t:i l'rohati and to |, Date r< *" 8 f the ee Section 120 will "t the Beptember \ WII.I.IAM D, 1MI As Administrator of ti,„ i. .'" WILLIAM 1. BOZARTH MAX It. BILVER '•"• l '' ID o U, ",'-'"',\ „ f '" Administrator 1/8-18-22-29 In .; NOTICE % A AP S UCAT,0N rT Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 Fi| e A 8305 NOTICE IS HEREBY ..f .„„„. has filed earn.i„ ,„ v „ ffj ,. JJ, 1 ?* I"" 1 *PP"fatlon fo, a t.,x ZUil syfinrttifesi "Tract fi:; less anal and rat and less Hal ItW „. ,, |.„, k 1106. Page j.,1. emu, %  %  '•• %  it c.,s. Bub., Plal Book I Page 87, contali Ing |.| | .. more Dad The Ullilel name •I. t V h-s.s. in the County ., e. Bute of Florida. •aameni ,.f nald pr the sani certlfli ate w-ai of: PUgler 'I'aiiiiauii 1 II less said rei tifi, .,:. K haU |^ r ,. lined according t.. law, the iirmnr. described therein H ,n i„. ^,,, j, the highest bidder al thi House door on the first tfondll it the month of October, : %  • 11. whi.-h i< the 2nd dav of October, i!-i4 Dated this 20th daj of August, IM4 E, B. LEATIII:I:M \\ Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida By I. M JOHNSON, l> C. 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AY SEPTEMBER 15. 1944 +JewisMorSdlic>r> PAGE SEVENTEEN rtJsH HASHONAH MESSAGES Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. From President Roosevelt „.^n ,.ITA' —President ,W S R raRosh Hashonah Z issued through the Jewish Tnhic Auency. emphasized uiK ^' ndfui of the con CJ. traffic plight of the Jews E d>s determined to perK "until justice, tolerance and K are re-established throughr lhe world" The message said: %  •Upon this celebration of the i -Tear I extend to my fellow Utatt of the Jewish faith most Sitings, mindful of the w in w"ich so many of ESfalttl still live and die 'Troad. and determined withal I—Secretary of State Cordell Hull, in a Rosh Hashonah message issued through the Jewish Telegraphic Agency expressed his hope that the coming months will bring an end to the war and will thus solve the Jewish problem in Europe. The message declares: "On this occasion of the celebration of the Jewish New Year, as I send cordial greetings to all our citizens of Jewish faith. I should like also to express my sincere hope that the coming months will bring to an end the present devastating world conflict, and with it the solution to the tragic problems that endure for others of your faith on the continent of Europe." From Secretary of the Interior Washington < JTAI —Secretary Harold L. Ickes of the Interior issued the following Rosh Hashonah message through the Jewish Telegraphic Agency: "I extend greetings and good wishes for the NEW YEAR to my fellow Americans of the Jewish religion. Although the last twelve months have been a period of rising hope, the plight of your co-religionists in Europe has been only slightly ameliorated. "Heroic deeds have been performed by men and women of all faiths, struggling to restore civilization to a maddened Europe. The average of the horror has been great; how much greater then must it have been for those unfortunate ones at the very top of the scale who suffered the full vengeful lust of the blood thirsty Hitler and his satellites. Yet, there have been evidences of a forceful progressive success by the United Nations. Encouragement has been given to the downtrodden peoples, and it is .not beyond the realm of possibility and A HAPPY NEW YEAR WARD WANTS 2 C-U at VICK JR. LIQUORS 1045 N. E. ltt Arenue PHONE 9-1505 certainly within the mind to hope that the next 12 months will witness an end of the slaughter thrust upon men by Hitler. "The grief and anguish which this war has brought to thousands, and more especially to those of Jewish faith, will leave an indelible mark on mankind. It is my fervent hope that victory can quickly be achieved and that we. as a nation may help reconstruct a world in which men will respect each other as humans entitled by right to enjoy the freedoms HOLIDAY GREETINGS VOGU E Laundry and Cleaners PHONE 5 7489 Office 8c Plant 1425 20th Street Miami Beach which are the mark of civilization." From Attorney General Biddle Washington < JTA^ — Attorney General Francis Biddle issued through the Jewish Telegraphic (Continued on Page 24) • A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL BUN NELL'S DINING ROOM 4218 N. E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 7-9448 BISCAYNE LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING PHONES 5-0254 231-233 11th Streel, Miami Beach, Florida DE LUXE SERVICE PALMER FUNERALHOME AND CHAPEL Extends Sincere*! Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year IA Friend in Need" 2008 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 9-2664 Ambulance Service L / / __£ 41 It is Our Wish for Everyone That the New Year Will be a Continuance of Health, Happiness and Prosperity-and a Restoration of ^ 'eace an d Brotherhood for All Mankind



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en.K*a EIGHTEEN +3t*lstifkrMiaM raTOAY^SOTEMBER 15 Rabbinical Association Presents Five Ideas For The New Year "Bamokom Sheballoi T'shuva Omdira Aen Tzadikim Gemoorim Yrrholim L'amod!" "True Repentance is the Keynote of the Hour" We believe it is necessary at the outset of the New Year 5705. the earth. Every form of oppression and tyranny must be condemned by the sincere Hebrew; every' form of crime and cruelty must be denounced. The third principle that should to define our religious outlook for become a part of the philosophy the coming year as well as a pro'is the principle of liberal-mindedcram if true peace is to be en(ness. By libcial-mindedness, we throned after the war. To us as Rabbis. Judaism is a "Way of Life." a philosophy that enables us to crystallize an attitude towards the pressing problems of the moment. In view of this need we formulate a five-fold program that serves as a declaration of principles for the modern Jew in the New Year. In the first place we must maintain the ideal of individuality, not in the sense of selfishness, but in the sense of the sacredness of human life. This is one of the ideals that we must carry to a world where human individuality is no longer recognized and human personality is no longer appreciated. This is the moment when we should proclaim the Biblical concept of man being created in the image of God. which means that human life is divine and human personality godlike. Let us have the courage to champion this ideal of divine oneness and the God of oneness will be with us. The second ideal is the ideal of mercy and tolerance. If there | is any phase of our Hebraic heritage that is still surgmgly alive it is this quality of mercy m the heart of Israel. Our compassion must go out not only to one's own people but also to serve every mean an appreciation and deep understanding of our fellow-man irrespective of race, color of creed in our economic, social and religious sphere. 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.y SEPTE MBER 15, 1944 ^Jenistifhridficin PAGE NINETEEN E V I E W OF THE YEAR seance .t Some *fifcjff&f* *wi.h *m 5701, „. world's eyes the past year I concentrated on the battle' It wa s there we knew that Remains of whatever civilizai Z had left would have to Uwd was there that any that Jewry had must be mod Hitlers annihilating icould only be stopped, in last analysis, by choking the ; 0 Ul of his armies. L. two main events of the Lr were the relentless Russian %  m the east, ousting the Gerfrom the last vestige of .„ soil, pushing them back [Rumania. Lithuania, and PoL jnd approaching to the very Lj of Germany, and the AngloUcan landing in Normandy. m which marked the inaugution of this second front, was jlded by Jews throughout the I in Jerusalem. Jews gathat the Wailing Wall. In njlyn. elderly pious Jews rched in their praying shawls I recited psalms to mark it. came with particular satlsction to Jews to learn that the t assault line of boats on Di was led by a Brooklyn Jewish U. Abraham Condiotti. and ,i a Brooklyn Jewish boy. SerBl Halperm. was the first to set foot on French soil. took great satisfaction, in learning of the important Russian Jews were playing fiht Russian offensive. The list I decorations for valor conferred I Russian Jews ran into the tens fthousands during the year. The inter of Jewish high officers also very .significant, and it particularly gratifying that [commander of the White Rusj Army, first to reach the Gertn border, was a young Jewish military genius of thirty-six. General Chernikhovsky. The rapid advance of the Russian armies, however, brought gloom also as the liberating armies entering old Jewish centers of populations, discovered that Hitler had made good on his threats to annihilate the Jews. In Odessa, Vilna. Minsk. Pinsk. Lublin, cities' which had boasted large Jewish populations and which historically had been great centers of Jewish culture, scarcely a Jew was to be found alive. Some, to be sure. had fled to join the partisan forces fighting roundabout. Others had escaped in time to the interior of Russia, but there was scarcely room for doubt that the greater portion had been exterminated by the Nazis. This extermination had been of a manifold nature. Doubtless many had died of starvation, others had been worked to death by the Nazis, but the greater portion had been deliberately put to death in "death factories" established by the Nazis. A Christian organization with headquarters in Switzerland, t h e International Church Ecumenical Refugee Commission, revealed that their reports showed that in two camps, close to two million Jews had been put to death in "gas chambers." Hope still refuses to down Israel is like a mother who has received from the War Department a dispatch that her son is missing in action. She hopes that this does not mean death. She hopes that somehow he is alive and that one day he will come rapping at her door. How many Jews have survived in Germany. Austria. Holland, Czechoslovakia. Jugo-Slavia. Denmark, Prance, Poland? In Germany, we may take it for granted that, except for such Jews from European countries who may have been imported for slave labor, there are virtually no Jews. In Austria, the Gestapo itself released figures showing that only approximately 1,500 Jews are still to be found in Vienna and that in other parts of Austria there are only between five and seven thousand Jews. It may be that this figure is relatively accurate. In Czecho-Slovakia. whatever Jews may be left will probably be found in the Therezin fortress or concentration camp. In Jugo-Slavia, thanks to the General Tito, there may be more Jewish survivors. One report had it that no less than 30.000 Jews were fighting under the banner of the Partisan leader. General Tito. In France, too, there may be hope that the underground has helped many Jews to escape. Yet we cannot be too sure that their number is large. In Denmark, many Jews escaped to Sweden. Swedish fisherman, following the beginning of Nazi raids, launched a regular ferry service carrying escaping Jews. It was significant that in the case of Danish Jews, the Swedish government made a formal offer to Hitler to take the Danish Jews off his hands and provide them asylum, but the Nazis rejected the offer as impudent. They were not only seeking to get rid of the Jews (Continued on Page 20) IjfWS (SINCERE GREETINGS for IA HAPPY NEW YEAR Judge and Mrs. MORRIS BERICK JOY and FRANK MARTIN yj BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. HAROLD TURK AND DAUGHTER CORNELIA A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MORRIS KALER ii! KALER PRODUCE CO. 1200 N. 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PAGE TWENTY + kijfk*k*ti* Review Of The Year (Continued from Page 19) but wanted the satisfaction murdering them. of prosecution of the to the effort. However, about the same time, President Roosevelt, in a personal talk with Rabbis Wise Happier news during the year l and silver, expressed Ills opposicame from Italy. At first the tion t0 tne white Paper and later surrender of Italy led to an inten^h thc Democratic and the Re•ification of drives against the .lews, particularly in northern Italy. But after the Allies had driven them out of Rome and its enrivons, the plight of such Jews as had survived of course improved. Of the pre-war Jewish population in Rome of 12,000 it was believed only some 4.000 survived. In North Africa, at the besinning of the year, there was some initial disgruntlement OYJC the abrogation of the Cremieux Decree by General Qiraud, but the De Gaullist regime later reinstated the Cremieux regulation. Events in Palestine pivoted about the White Paper which went into force in March. By the provisions of the White Paper, there was to be no further Jewish immigration into Palestine and all selling of lands to Jews in publican parties adopted planks in their platforms favorable to Jewish aspirations in Palestine. In South America during the year, notably in Argentina and Bolivia, fascist regimes resorted to anti-Semitic devices. In Argentina. Jewish children were seggregated in the public schools. Toward the close of the year, the situation of the Jews in Hungary attracted wide Jewish interest. Hitler's occupation of Hungary was followed by the usual deportations of Jews, which meant extermination in camps in Poland. All efforts were bent to saving largely ne Jews in tnjs am ost solitary untouched reservoir of Jews in Europe. The President issued several warnings to the Hungarian government that they would be held criminally responsible if anything happened to Hungarian r to permit the exodous of all Hungarian Jews with visas for Palestine, an offer which was accepted by the government* of the D R and Great Britain. Looking to post-war restoration, the American Jewish Conference had been created with the acquiescence of most major Jewish organiaztions. However, during the year the American Jewish Committee announced its withdrawal in view of its inability to acquiesce in the political Zionist ideology of the Conference. However, the American Jewish Committee also strongly opposed the White Paper and Judge Proskauer made a special trip to Washington to lay before Secretary Hull his opposition in this matter. As the year closed, the postwar demands of Jewry seemed to crystallize. For one thing, it was clear that an international bill of rights for Jews would be demanded. It appeared that the old demand for minority right* in each European country would be abandoned. A word must be said about the augmenting of the relief program. The United Jewish Appeal asked American Jewry for a fund of $30.000,000-largest in history— for the purpose of rehabilitating the liberated communities. Incomplete statistics that were released by the National Jewish Welfare Board for War Records, and local surveys by Jewish communities in various cities throughout the country, showed that approximately nine percent of the Jewish population in the United TODAY,^SEPTBMig, lfl Jewish o. gamaatioB. Z the leading ESPJS tion to the &OSJ5 money ,„ d in ^.IB; lauded by Basil S&£^ assumption of off J""*on I Palestine was terminated. The | Jew8 The warning of the PresiWh.te Paper was of course vigordent was beamed l0 ,„ ously contested by .Jews in PalesL, „ ^ A Ued lanes me and extremists even resorted ;dropped tens of thousands of ,. af to violence in then opposition. lcts conveylnff the same warning Members of the so-called Stem The Popp f „ e ^^ 5 JT„ K? ? &f ? SS >"•. the King of Sweden also mvaded the permises of he police j)jfted (hejl vojCM (Q stations m Jerusalem. Jaffa Haifa WMn thc Hungarian uthor tlei and Tel Aviv and wrecked them. \ n ^ B t R^ HorUiy annovinced in one instance, the British broad! Ulat his governmpnt WM piwired casting station in Palestine was ._ momentarily taken over by the extremists. Later an attempt was made to assassinate the retiring High Commissioner of Palestine. Sir Harold MacMichael who had been none too friendly to the Jewish side. 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JAY. SEPTEMBER IS, 1944 + leisi fkrichan PAGE TWENTY-ONE Meeting Moments And Eternal Vows (The Pros and Cona of War Marriage* By RUTH KARPF 1944, Jewih Telegraphic Agency, Inc. Copyright ,. r i I know, a nice average -San kid who worked as a ££r m a laW 0ffiCe g t Hrtthe other day. She got I w a soldier who was ex. his POE orders any day. "i met him at a party two L earlier. The boy is now L,ce I met the girl after %  T Steft sne looked QUlte T wondered why she had Ed this boy she hardly knew. „ i liked her. weU" she said. "John is a C fellow. And anyway Id be war widow than an Kwunded very cruel to me [ill But on thinking it over LJovered that this very curt \££SZ really contained all PSnenU that make for war L nages. The very legitimate ; to be happy while happiZ can still be had. The very mo. conception of marriage as Uort term affair. And the very & mood in which It is all L_ grabbuw mood which grates not only aU peace-time Uon and hesitation but also all hought of the basic lasting values. I Right or wrong, justifiable or Larranted. it seemed to me a Crv disturbing problem and an jrUins one. upsetting not only the individuals involved but to to family as a social unit and, terefore. to the country as an crazed community. I decided I toand fmd out how experts p the various phases of human kauons felt about the problem. f I spoke to a doctor first: She disapproved. Primarily, she felt it was unfair to the girl who was thus forced into the quite unnecessary frustration of spending her free time on movies and "girls" pow wows. For most young women, she said, it was a very confusing situation. According to all standards and theoretical facts, their lives were clianged. While in practical fact they were not. It was rather easier on the boys she argued. They went away.— to new experiences, new surroundings, new people—and moreover, their association with other men was compulsory and not "compulsory voluntary" as was that of the girls. No. she thought, war marriages were psychologically messy and not a good thing at all. An army chaplain whom I consulted next, however, held the opposite viewpoint. He deals with hundreds of boys every week. Marriage, he had found, was a very steadying influence on the men In khaki. It gave them a sense of security which is what men in battle reach out for most often and with the greatest urgency. "It gives them something to hold on to," the chaplain said, "something very concrete to dream of and fight for. Men in battle aren-t tough, no tougher than any civilians. Qu ite to the contrary security, softness, and sweetness are values they learn to appreciate and cherish even though before they dismissed them as sissy stuff. Of course, it depends on the human equation in every case, but by and large I have found marriage to be a very desirable influence on the men. It Is quite amazing to see how much it means to them to be able to talk not about a girl, or even The Girl, but my girl. It seems to me that compensates for all the disadvantages war marriages may have." Lastly I spoke to a man who Is almost a specialist on the science of marriage. Dr. Sidney Qoldstein is a professor of Social Service and chairman of the Jewish Institute on Marriage and the Family. He condemned war marriages without any reservations. "Young men and young women hardly more than growing boys and girls." he said, "lose their self control, sense of direction and LET US PRAY THAT THE NEW YEAR WILL BRING VICTORY AND A LASTING PEACE MR. AND MRS. Alexander F. Miller AND FAMILY SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS MIAMI PHOTO & SPORTS SUPPLIES 1337 Biscay no Blvd. PHONE 3-4933 NEW YEAR GREETINGS LaVIGNE ELECTRIC COMPANY 176 N. E. 20th Str.et foresight in periods of excitement such as war and marry without a realization of the risks or the importance of their action. They are moved entirely by impulse and emotion and even delude themselves into believing that they are animated by a sense of patriotism and that their marriage is an expression of heroic sacrifice. This Is a dangerous mood in which to marry. As soon as the impulse spends itself and the emotion subsides and the excitement and hysteria pass, the young people recognize how unwise they have been, that there is no firm foundation on which their association rests, and there can be no stability to such a marriage. Dr. Goldstein pointed to the high divorce rates after the last war as proof of his views. And divorces, he observed, are after all only a portion of all unhappy unsuccessful marriages. Piercing these three viewpoints together, it somehow still didn't seem to give a complete picture or an adequate answer. I finally got that from a young flying lieutenant who was shot up in Europe and Is now back in a hospital in the States. "You can't divide marriages inl* war or peace marriages." he sa d. There just isn't such a thing. There are right marriages and wrong ones. The right ones will last whenever the girl and boy concerned get married. And the wrong ones wont." Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver and SON, DENNIS STEPHEN wish all their relatives and friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Louis Credit Store M4 N. W. 2nd Avenue Phono 3-8902 NEW YEAR GREETINGS BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. '327 Twentieth Strati PHONE 5-3908 MIAMI BEACH OLD NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES BOUGHT HIGHEST CASH PRICES Bring to 1212 N. W. lat Avinut West of Railroad Track PHONE 3-2164 MIAMI SALVAGE PAPER CO. GREETINGS The Makers of That Good ROYAL PALM CREAM And Distributors of ROYAL PALM MILK Extend Baat Withai for • HAPPY NEW YEAR ROYL PALM CREAMERY (Incory>oreted) PHONE 3-8655 N EW YEAR GREETINGS f ll Y Nmi Wholesale Corp. "• N. W. Fir.t AT.BB, PHONE 3-3449 I?W A YP£ UR FRI E*I>S l nt -w YEAR GREETINGS pK'S MEN'S SHOP 221 E. FUgUr Street PHONE 9-2291 KKW lEAt OBEKTINGS Lucky FOOT Products Co. Bar riarMa Maes rraaacU Miaataotarer at JIATOKNAtM. %  *><• DRM1INO. MUfTAKD. TTWCOAK, MAPI.E stair. BarBQ SAUCE %  m N. MIAMI ATE. raos *- %  *• THE TICK TOCK INN 2111 N. E. 2nd Avenue WISHES ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SAYERS Apartment Hotel 272t N. E. 2nd Ava.aa PHONE M1M BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR J.C. SMITH Painting Contractor 53 N. W. 23rd Street PHONE 3-5091 'J! We take pleasure at this time in wishing all our friend? a HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. AMOS BENJAMIN BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. HARRY GORDON AND FAMILY 1255 Weit Are., Miami Beach 4! NEW YEAR GREETINGS from PALM LAKE COURT COTTAGES 76.., N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 7-9131 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Shoreland Insurance & Realty Co. Shoreland Arcada PHONE 3-8681 I Wisk to E.tond the Hand of Good Fellowship to Mr Frianda Through tho Holy Daya of NEW YEAR SARLI 308 E. Flagler St., Ph. 2-3718 HAPPY NEW YEAR Herman Radio Supplies 639 N. E. lit ATanuo PHONE 3-S013 REST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS HOME DRUG STORE 1491 liacayna Boulovard PHONE 31774 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES ijl PARAGON RESTAURANT 234 N. E. 1st Arenui PHONE 2-9464 HAPPY NEW YEAR CHAS. S. MEYERS I xrlMlve K* prevent* I It* ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITERS l n. T tlBST STBKBT SDV1CI — BINTAU — ICTriAtl SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BISCAYNE TENT & AWNING CO. 24S S. W. th Straat PHONE 3-6248 Po-Go Food Company 3328 S. W. 23rd Tarraco WISHES ALL ITS FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR Bed Wishes to Our Many Jewiik Friends and Patrons WHITE BELT DAIRY N. W. 32nd Are. at 62nd St. PHONE 7 2411 It It a Pleaiure to Extend to All Our Jewish Friends and Patron* Sincere Withes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO. 222 N. W. 26th St. Ph. 2-3705 T. W. Mill. A. H. Becker GREETINGS "Just Good Food" at KAY'S GRILL 382* N. E. 2nd Arenue PHONE 7-9331 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Magic City Transfer COMPANY 901 N. W. 5th Avenue Phona 2-4072 A HAPPY NEW YEAR 4' arthur Berel, inc. 66 SS E. Flagler Street MIAMI 4 1 A HAPPY NEW YEAR M. L MARCUS CO. STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Prompt Delivery LOWMI Price* 41 West Flagler Street PHONE 9-1661 4! TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Southern Life & Health Insurance Co. POSTAL BUILDING PHONE 2-3419 •



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PAGE TWENTY-TWO +Jt*Hhfk>ri(lfon The "Jewish" Year In Washington By MURIEL LEVIN (JTA Correspondent in Washington) Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. In Washington, as elsewhere in America, there developed during this past year a growing awareness of the magnitude of the Jewish tragedy throughout the world. Genuine efforts were mat-m,ned that th^*M sauted the Jrw s shall K.""Woreign Affa.rs oS*^ -anSolBloo^aStS measure asking TW."* 1 *^ wobbling and ^""2 to emigrate from th' P R > through Turkey; th U,,, I the WRB U>Sac££*J Plague-ridden Trantni? H not helped matter,^ M %  f the Russians adTanSH Germans took ftS"**! Rumania. Cordell HuU 2< the^Congressional n^££ a firm expression of ?M of the American £* H mm-derandassassinatio/oJl 'Continued on Pag e 23) LT. and MRS. MAX PEPPER, USNR and FAMILY Extend Best Wiih„ for a HAPPY NEW YEAR o All Their RaUtfm and Friendi T lj SEASONS GREETINGS To Our Jrvsiih Friend* and 1'ilroni BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDWIN Insurance Agency, Inc. PHONE 2 8181 Seybold Bid,. Miami f Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS W. CECIL WATSON Clerk of Criminal Court NEW YEAR CREETINCS Miami Metal Weather Strip Co. 164 N. W. 20th Mr*** PHONE 2-1737 1* BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAH MR. and MRS. HARRY SIRKIN WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAl| MIAMI TYPSETTINGCO. F. H. STREIFERT AND ASSOCIATES 127 N. W. 2nd Strwt PHONE 2-5135 A HAPPY NEW YEAR NAT KLEIN ENN-ESS GARMENT CO. WhoU.al. DRESS. SUITS and COATS 44 N. E. l.t A.tnu, Miami Beat Wlahae for A HappT Naw Yaar CORAL GABLES FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. 2501 Ponca de Leon Bird. Coral Gables BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR R & M APPLIANCE SERVICE 1214 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 9-1064 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Kosher Zion Sausage Co., Inc. 37th STREET and NORMAL AVENUE CHICAGO. ILLINOIS DELICIOUS SAUSAGE, PICKLED, COOKED AND SMOKED MEATS YOUR BEST INSURANCE Is That Our Products Ara Manufactured Under The ASSEMBLY 0 FORTHODOX RABBIS OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA and UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS Linan Marking Shirt Lettering Chenille and Felt Lettering NORTON & McCORMICK 810 N. E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 2 5224 DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN Distributed By FLORIDA PROVISION COMPANY 1721 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6U> ..-..



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LY. SE PTEMBER 15, 1944 "Jewish' Year In Washington ^n.inued trom Pee 22) |C0 Bu" st.ll U > u r !" nt %  .war saw the fateful March l" msed in ^e MacDonald CftS "f 19 39 Imml8ra 1 r Jews into Palestine was i but not without a struggle .American Zionists. ££r. Prince Emir Feisal. LH son of King Ibn-Saud and "leister of Saudi-Arabia into Washington, with all festivlty befitting royalty. Li worried lest their aspirein Palestine be submerged uter m January, the Km-Wright and Wagnerresolutions were introduced Ithe House and Senate. The Lnty and minority leaders in Houses announced their supt Hearings before the House LB Affairs Committee were Mdiitely scheduled. Then op,n came from Arabs here. j eW ish croups who demced attempts to "go back to Icratic state." The War and Departments turned thumbs n the military situation was tongeroUS, regardless of the nis of the measures. Protests %  red in from Arab states. Soon „$ obviou.the bills were beLally' Dr. Abba Hillel Silver r. Stephen Wise were authw by President Roosevelt to an all-day conference of the knean Palestine Committee |t the Uniieu States did not prove of the White Paper. As uch 31 approached, the PresiL was asked to be more cxfcit. He said lie saw no condition in the military position, I Palestine a post-war probThe lue of Palestine was d for the moment. March 31. passed in comparative quiet. I note was the wide acclaim accorded Dr. Walter C. Lowdermilk's comprehensive plan to establish a Jordan Valley Authority —patterned after the TVA—to Increase absorptive capacity of Palestine. Also on the positive side for Zionists was the inclusion of a Palestine plank in both political platforms. Denounced by Zionist groups in the United States and by the Jewish Agency and other recognized groups in Palestine, a "Hebrew Committee for National Liberation" was formed here during: the year "to speak for the Jews of occupied Europe and of Palestine." Peter Bergson of the Emergency Committee to save the Jews of Europe announced the Liberation Committee's formation in the unfurnished 30-room former Iranian Embassy Building outside of which flew the blueand-white Zionist flag. Lattr. Bergson. Samuel Merlin, and Theodore Ben-Nahum. filed registration statements as foreign agents, for themselves and the Committee, with the U. S. Department of Justice. Immigration elsewhere than Palestine appeared possible in the postwar world. Prime Minister John W. Curtin told Washington during his visit here that Australia would need many hands to help develop the country. Agitation on both sides of the immigration question in the U. S. broke out periodically in Congress. A by-product of the fight to give the Chinese a quota was an antiSemitic speech by Rep. William +Ja*tst>ncrMt>t) PAGE TWENTY-THREE P. Elmer, Mississippi Democrat. He talked about a resulting "blitzkrieg of sympathy over the plight of the Jew" whom, he said, "nearly every nation of Europe has chased out." He concluded "there must have been compelling reasons for their actions." Rep Tom Stewart. Tennessee Democrat. Rep. A. Leonard Allen. Louisiana Democrat, Rep. Edward H. Rces Kansas Republican, Rep. Jennings Randolph. West Virginia Democrat, all urged lowering quotas Most vociferous of the group was Senator Robert R. Reynolds, Nortli Carolina Democrat, who formed the American Nationalist Committee to save America for the Americans. Reynolds "rounded out" figures put forth by Assistant Secretary of State Breckenridge Long—but later corrected by the Immigration and Naturaliaztion Service—and ranted about the 600,000 aliens taken in. The Justice Department, however, opposed resolutions to lower immigration quotas. Statistics, it said, showed that immigration was at its lowest in 80 years. There was no need to antagonize the fjroups with whom we are fighting the war and with whom we would have to build the peace by closing our doors, the Department argued. Figures showed that 90% of available visas were unused. The resignation of Earl C. Harrison, for two years commissioner of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, brought to the fore several inconsistencies In our laws: discrimination on the basis of race: aliens serving in the army unable to become citizens without legal entry. Eventually the U. S. decided to open the immigration door a crack. Numerous Congressmen supported a widely publicized plan to establish "free ports' as temporary havens for refugees. To establish a precedent for other countries rather than with hope of directly saving large numbers. President Roosevelt announced the establishment of an emergency refugee shelter at Port Ontario. NEW YEAR GREETINGS from G. D. MARPLE ELECTRIC 233 Halcyon Arcade PHONE 2-5467 NEW YEAR GREETINGS SEE KEENE for KEEN SIGHT 221-222-223 Seybold Bldf. Phono 2-7681 — 2-7682 HAPPY NEW YEAR ISRAEL NOSOWITZ SUPERIOR SHEET |METAL WORKS, INC. S30N. MIAMI AVENUE NEW YEAR GREETINGS R. C. FLEEMAN Stcurily Building MIAMI, FLA. NEW YEAR GREETINGS Wtr. Ef.ry Meal I. PUatant Memory PONCE DE (.(ON RESTAURANT M. FRANK. Prop. l J kU.t -Luncheon Dinner Wialiiini i„ Sea Food* I'm* 4-9130 Coral Cablet | ^ YEAR GREETINGS lo our JEWISH FRIENDS ^ r & M. Dredging 81 Construction Co. P al Building MI AMI. FLORIDA SEASONS GREETINGS TOM MOSLEY BAR B 0 1698 N. W. 79th Street PHONE 7-7855 DR. and MRS. JOS. B. MARGOLIS and Daughter ISADORA and Son STEVEN Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASONS BEST WISHES National Liquor Store ED. SINGER, Owner We Carry All Nationally Advertised Brandt When Low in Spirit! CALL 3-3556 3001 Bitcayne Boulevard New York, to house 1,000 refugees from the Italian area. For those left in Europe, the question of relief remained in the hands of liberating armies and then the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. UNRRA was formed in NoI Continued on Page 24) NEW YEAR GREETINGS SAVORY BAKE SHOP REAL HOME-MADE BAKED GOODS 1684 Alton Road PHONE 5-4941 MIAMI BEACH PALMER FUNERAL HOME AND CHAPEL Reform Conservative And Orthodox Riles and Rituals Strictly Observed "A Friend in Need" 2008 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 9-2664 Ambulance Service 1 MR. and MRS. HARRY KOVNER wish their friends and relatives a very HAPPY NEW YEAR Excellent Food Moderate Prices HOLLEMAN'S RESTAURANT MOST POPULAR RESTAURANT ON THE BEACH 14th Street at Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS GOTTFRIED'S 71st STREET MARKET Purveyors of Quality Foods 216 71st STREET PHONE 6-1668 TO JEWRY EVERWHERE SEASONS BEST WISHES National Produce Co., Inc. 2186 N. W. 13th A PHONE 3-6491 The City of Miami Beach. Extends Best Wishes for a Happy and Victorious New Year % 



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"T j PAGE TWENTY-FOUR *• teislfk>rkhan The "Jewish" Year In Washington (Continued from Page 23) vember. with a membersnip ol 44 nations, contributing personnel and funds under the leadership of Director General Herbert H. Lehman. TJNRRA's chief function will be to see that available supplies of relief material are justly allocated both among the countries which can afford to pay for supplies and among the impoverished nations. With anti-Semitism and other forms of racial bigotry obviously on the up-grade here, the Federal judiciary took a hand. After three years of study and research into the operations of Hitler's American underground, early last April the Justice Department brouRlit thirty of the country's mosi virulent hate-mongers to trial for sedition. At year's end, the number of defendants had been trimmed down to 26 by death, illness, and misconduct, and it looked as (hough the case would continue interminably. Under arrest for contempt of court was Henry Klein, a Jewish lawyer from N. Y. who undertook the defense of Euyene N. Sanctuary "in order to •waken the Jewish people of the United States to the tremendous wrong that is being done them by a handful of self-important Jewish political madmen." Also putting in anti-Jewish barbs was Aibcn Dillini:. acting for Elizabeth Dilline who did what she did because she did not want to see the American "gentile majoiit-. suppressed by the "Jewish minority." Out of the running was AttorM James J. Laughlin. who with as much publicity as he could master, warned President Rooseveii that the trial would create %  wave of hostility toward the Jewish race, tried to subpoena Henry Ford and Charles Lindbergh as witnesses because they were bigger anti-Semites than his clients, and pulled similarly flashy antics. He was fined for contempt several times, and finally dismissed by Judge Edward Etcher. Still on hand among others was Ira Chase Koene. lawyer for Howard V. Broenstrupp. who attributed all (he evils of this and other worlds to the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League. In Congress, the House Post Office Committee buried the Lynch bill, which attempted to effectiveness of the REPC. for Southern Democrats succeeded in pushing through a provision preventing the REPC from issuing a rule "which repeals, amends or modifies any law enacted by the Congress." Meanwhile bills for a permanent PEPC have been introduced in prevent specimens such as those | both the Senate and the House, being tried for sedition, from cir| Hearings were held before the culating their poison. A favorable House Labor Committee for sevEugene's Pkg. Store 169 S. E. 1st Street WISHES ALL ITS FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASON'S GREETINGS MAX THURSTON and FAMILY and ASSOCIATES ACME TRANSFER & BAGGAGE CO. SINCLAIR ... Gaa and Oila 626 Fifth Street PHONE 5-3773 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE C A PT. JAMES E. SCOTT BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Franks Service Station & Atlantic Express 302 Colli.. Aeelae PHONE 5-42 subcommittee, headed by Rep. Samuel Weiss. Pennsylvania Democrat, was unable to buck the heavy opposition of the American Civil Liberties Union. Admitting the high degree of intolerance existing in the U. S at the present, the ACLU advocated counterpropaganda as the antidote. To prevent the mailing of racial and religious defamations would, it testified, be abridgment of freedom of speech Just before it adjourned to allow members to attend the national conventions. Congress finally bestowed its temporary and inadequate blessing on the President's Fair Employment Practice Committee. Headed by Malcolm Ross, who replaced Bishop Francis Haas, the Committee had sought appropriations of $500,000 with which to continue for the next year. The vote, however, was preceded by one of the worst exhibitions of racial and religious intolerance ever seen in Congress— and a few last minute amendments may seriously hamper the eral weeks prior to the recess and were expected to continue when Congress reconvend. Rosh Hashonah Message (Continued from Page 17' Agency the following Rosh Hashonah message: "The past year has been one of mixed tragedy and hope for the oppressed peoples of the world. The trimphant march of our armies has rightly filled us with pride in their achievement and with grim satisfaction in the justice they have meted out to the enemy. "In this dawn of the New Year 5705, we have every reason to believe that victory will come soon. We cannot forget. however, what fearful tortures have been endured by the pitiful victims of Nazi aggression. We would be inhuman If we ever forgot them, and we would be blind if we thought that simply by avenging the sacrifice of the innocent we had paid our debt to the martyred dead. "We can only pay that debt by insuring that never again will we allow ourselves to be lulled into a false security while the forces of intolerance and brutality are left free to sweep the world. It is not enough that we stamp out the evil Nazi r LEO LIBBE EDDIE MURIEL BERLE AX L RO D Extend a Mosi HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Their Friends And Relative! THE DELUXE BAR 2800 N. W. 27th Avenue WISHES ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASON'S GREETINGS FISH ER'S Dry Cleaning & Laundry 534 N. W. Second Avenue PHONE 39192 MR. and MRS. WILLIAM SHAYNE AND SON and the DIXIE MUSIC CO. 701 N. Miami Avenue $ Extend Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASONS BEST WISHES FORD BARBECUE & RESTAURANT 2277 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9209 BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR T J. Holden Beckwith Jack Holden Beckwith Exodontisti Ingraham Building MIAMI. FLORIDA TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES SPIEGELMAN WHOLESALE PRODUCE 1260 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 3-6391 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TAMIAMI UPHOLSTERING COMPANY 2465 S. W. 8th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 48-3168 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewiih Friends DR. A. A. FARMER 1108N.W. 3rd Ave.. .'h. 2-0251 AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait SAFETY AND PLATE GLASS Glau Parti 1849 N. W. 20th St. Ph. 2-7730 HARTLEY'S AUTO TOP SHOP IS2 N. E. 13th Street WISHES ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR PHONE 5-7111 ENFIELD S CAMERA SHOP Corner Washington Avenue 409 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA. FUERandOSSIP INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. WISHES ALL ITS FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS John A. Moore AND Biscayne Engineering Co. 47 N. W. Firat Street SEASON'S GREETINGS Coral Way Gardens 1661 S. W. 22nd Street PHONE 4-1 US beliefs; we miic. "^'^N through Sb !" ****!. to work lc3£?"*M -the mSSSZ E**£\ SEASONS BEST L0TSp EICH FLOORING CO 67N pHON F 6,fcST ^ p HONE 7.6jj WlSHEj NEW YEAR G E E T I N G S DAN CHAPPELL A HAPPY NEW YEAH GREENTREE HOTEL "0 N. E. UAHM hone 2-9110 HAPPY NEW YEAR to our many Jewish Friends S. H. KRESS &C0. 5-10-25c STORE 1201 Weehington A*e. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL On the Ocean Front Private Beach — Solarium Low Summer Ratee 425 Ocean Drive PHONE 5-4701 IRVIN GORDON end HAROLD PONT of the Rosedale Delicatessen AND Restaurant 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET| MIAMI EXTEND TO ALL THEIR PATRON* AND FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR



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.y SEPTEMBER IS, 1944 —-, + **ist!tk*idhai! PAGE TWENTY-FIVE A u I Fight Because It's My Fight" W By RUTH KARPF ,, fight because it is an obligah^ause free people must *t „ remain free, because when ,h fflom of one nation or per7SS> *w t ne rig hts f lions and all people are Jjned. Because through iprted representatives—I have CtSS! to fight or not to fttht because It's my fight." 1 cpl Jack J Zu">fsky. rorooral Zurofsky was speakfir7 million young Americans i he wrote that. But more 'Lally ie was P eaklnB for 4M.0O0 Jewish men who are lehtnft because tins is their £ They fight for a doube mbecause they are Ameriand because, while in Europe Billion Jews died under the jnjm.n'8 Lands without a gun, .they ha\e tuns. h military terms 400*00 men mount to 25 divisions. The Jew""£ who add up to these 25 [visions fight in he Army and the Navv. in the Marines, in Ringers, in the Paratroopers -tt the Air Con* They were on g those who went under at •1 Harbor, among those who mouered Guam, among those i*nded in North Africa, in Mb and m Italy. They were H those who fought at Anzlo. at Cisterna and captured a, They were among those jumped into France on DFrom the lecords of the Amen10 Armed Forces which know of j distinction on the basis of race creed it is difficult to tell the of the Jewish men in this They are an integral part Cfan all American fighting force. Thus no over—all statistics can cited at this time. But there certain indicative figures which, while they do not tell a smplfte itory, are enough to give an idea of what the complete story will be like once it can be told. The figures were compiled by the National Jewish Welfare Boards Bureau of WarRecords. They are based on scientific surveys conducted by the Bureau in cities and sections of America that were picked at random. Trenton, New Jersey was one of them. It was found that in Trenton, 22.7 percent of the Jewish men between the ages of 20 and 49 are in service, as compared with a percentage of 20.4 percent for non-Jews in the community. Comparing percentages showed also that although the Jews constitute only 8.1 percent of the total population of Trenton, 8.4 percent of Trenton's men in the services are Jewish. In Portland, Me., where the Jews form 3.5 percent of the population, the percentage of men in the armed services is 4.8. In Lynn, Mass. ifs 7.8 with a population percentage of 7.1. Another interesting figure is the one which reveals that about 25 percent of the inductees from a typical industrial city, Pittsburgh, Pa., are serving in what is commonly regarded as one of the most dangerous branch of the service—the Army Air Force. In the same city only .7 were in such non combattant services as Army Administration. One figure that was determinable with greater ease was the percentage of the Jewish male refugee population in the U. 8. bearing arms for their adopted country. Thirty-four is that percentage. There are also those extra figures "the above and beyond the call of duty" figures which are the highlights of an up-to-the mark record. The figure e.g. which shows that thirty-seven Jewish men have received ten or more awards of valor and among them hold an aggregate of 403 such awards. The figure which shows that five hundred and twelve Jewish families in America have given a total of 1791 sons to the armed forces, and that fifteen of these families have 98 sons in the senice. And the figure shows that 29 Jewish men received the Distinguished Service Cross, as of June 1944, the second highest Army award for heroism. But the real story lies not in figures. The real story is that: .... Of Paratrooper Edward Frindel, who jumped into Normandy on D-Day, fought his way through enemy lines for seven days, became a prisoner of war, was liberated at Cherbourg, fought again after that although wounded until he was finally shot trying to wipe out a German machine Mns nest with a rifle. .... Of Corporal Harold Monash, who was a Firsa Scout in the Rangers. The Ransers who were in Dieppe, who knocked out enemy coastal installations at Oran before the infantry came in, who were the first to land at Anzio and the last to die at Cisterna. .... Of Sgt. Manfred Stein, who was among the first to bomb Nazi rocket platforms in the Pas de Calais area. .... Of Lt. Nathan, who was among the first to give a pasting to Berlin. .... Of Lt. Leonard Bessman, "who bravery was a by-word HAPPY NEW YEAR UNIVERSITY MIAMI CORAL GABLES SINCERE GREETINGS TO ALL MAGIC CITY BOTTLE & SUPPLY 222 N. W. 27th Street MIAMI. FLA. PHONE 26666 SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. JACK H I RSCH AND SON SELIG A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR CHRYSLER CORPORATIONS Airtemp Air Conditioning iMUlUd in your store or office •Nrtcts cuitomers, increases •*'• and personnel efficiency. "t*iisry overhead increase u IT! J by "'*' e!?atatae, I— •wl*d in your home improves MT7.IL !" • dded comfort. D.1 ZES AND CAPACITIES PROMPTLY AVAILABLE L 74531 for Particulars GIBBS OIL CO. **> N. W. SECOND AVENUE SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR The LUDMAN CORP. PHONE 3-5491 21 N. W. 21st STREET SEASON'S CREETINCS (roes Br *n's Friendly Inn m N w. .., AT#M# 'HONE 3-f3IS "TABLE-TESTED" POULTRY AND EGGS Strictly Freah Eggs Frsah Killed Poultry W. P. CORBITT Poultry & Egg Co. 1336 N. W. 7th Avanua PHONE 3-6028 among us," and who came back with the DSC. .... Of Pvt. Richard Ferris, "whose heroic actions materially aided the United States troops in establishing a beachhead in Italy. "Pvt. Ferris responded to a call for a volunteer cannoneer. He took a position at one of the big guns which was firing in support of infantry units landing on the beach. Despite heavy enemy machine gun and artillery fire. Private Fen-is' gun continued to fire at enemy shore installations. He was struck by a shell "ragment. Although wounded, Private Ferris insisted upon returning to action after his wound had been dressed. He continued at his post and laid down such accurate fire that his gun succeeded in silencing two enemy machine guns; two field artillery pieces: and caused four tanks to disperse.. This action enabled the infantry to establish the beachhead. .... Of Captain Samuel Horowitz, who operated on American soldiers in the Le Havre area while enemy shells and shrapnel were strafing the operation table. .... Of Lt. Abe Condiotti who was the first man to land on the beaches of Normandy on June 6. .... Of medic Epstein who fought it out with his fists with medic Schmidt on no-man's land in France. .... Of Lt. Harry Gilbert, who "demonstrated exceptional courage in leading his platoon in an engagement on Attu Island, Alaska. Without exception he was always the first individual of the Platoon to advance under fire. .... Of Lt. Hyman Goldberg. 'Continued on Page 29) SEASON'S GREETINGS Collins Fish Market 604 Collins Avenue Phone 5-3643 NEW YEAR GREETINGS NEW PIONEER H01EL 151 N. E. 1st STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 3-5734 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DRW. H.MURRELL HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DoBOLIAC TRUCK SERVICE It EQUIPMENT CO. E. DoBOLIAC, Owner 440 N. W. S9th St., Miami, Fl. reseat Be*. 1-MH ""• *-*" 1 %  ALBS 4KB BIBTIC1: Osr M %  —i %  %  %  '•* TrallsMtiK Trsllsr. Wsrkmauhl, %  I %  .1. **• Bb0p — If —Ml AceWtee W.M Osntral nsps'rlBB GEORGE LANGER Owner THE SUNGAS COMPANY Not Incorporated 1100 Waat Flagler Street Phones: 2-3811—2-3833 Extends to All His Jewish Friends and Patron*the Wish for A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR PAN-AMERICAN CHEMICAL CO. 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PAGE TWENTY SIX PjmM FkrkJton JEWS IN THE RED CROSS By HERBERT J. SELICMANN (Chief of JTA Bureau in Washington) Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. At the end of the year the Jews l B*nai B'rith alone records more of America can take pride in their |tnan 56.000 blood doners nmon,' contribution to the work of the ^ membershiPi of whom B n ai American Red Cross. At Red Cross Washington headquarters the' Brith Womcn and irls are re statement is made that when the s Ponsible for recruitm;: more than history of its work in World War nalf Tne Natiollal Women's LeaH is written, much credit for its accomplishments for humanity must go to Jewish men and women and their organizations throughout the United States. Jews are serving here, and in all the foreign theaters of war, as Red Cross field directors. They are hospital workers and staff assistants. They help to keep American soldiers and sailors in touch with their families. They help service men in all sorts of personal emergencies. In the hospitals' where lie the maimed and the wounded. Jewish organizations furnish recreational facilities, and organizations and individuals help carry on the Red Cross social work. This work Army authorities now recognize not only as of high value in building up morale, but as a virtual necessity. the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, the National Women's League of the United Synagogues and other organizations. These groups not only have made literally millions of surgical dressings. In addition they have served as nurse's aides and Gray Ladies. They have driven cars in | the Red Cross Motor Corps and have done vital clerical work as %  Red Cross staff assistants. The B'nai B'rith reports some 6500 of I its members active in these fields I ;ue of the United Synagogues has recruited an addditional number of work, and similar reports from in excess of 3.000. while the Nathe National Women's League of tional Federation of Temple Sis-'the United Synagogues show upterhoods reports that the blood!wards of 6000 so active, while an plasma program is high among the additional 15.000 have completed Red Cross projects which it is sponsoring. This plasma, processed from whole human blood, goes direct to the fighting front, and is often administered to wounded soldiers and sailors under the very suns of the enemy. Red Cross first aid and nutrition courses. Three hundred members of the League have also been serving as Red Cross instructors in a variety of subjects. Through the Red Cross Camp and Hospital Councils. Jewish orOther Jewish organizations ( ganizations have made important which have worked hard and well to supply the needed blood plasma are the National Council of Jewish Women, the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, the contributions to the health and well-being of United States fighting forces. Bnai B'rith reports I have given 902 separate recreational facilities, including day' items. In addition it has contributed 53 pieces of mobile equipment such as canteens, ambulances, and mobile blood donor wagons. There are more than 4000 military and naval establishments being served by such installations, and commanding officers call on the Camp and Hospital Councils for aid when it is needed. The Councils pass on the requests to cooperating groups and Washington Red Cross headquarters reports that Jewish organizations in council areas have given unstinting aid in this work. They have provided furniture and games, musical instruments i2SIi^^5i 5 National Federation of Temple rooms at Army camps, canteens. Brotherhoods, Hadassah. the Jew-1 solaria at hospitals and other ish War Veterans of the ""'tH • — : i— States, the Independent Order of B'rith Sholom. the Independent Much of the work being done order of B'rith Abraham. Mizrachi by Jews for Red Cross la on a proand the Unitpd Synagogue of fessional basis. Those who serve. America, as well as numerous are giving twenty-four hours a synagogues and local Jewish day to their duties. In addition. TO ups literally hundreds of thousands of Almost as impoi tam „ bIood Jewish men and women at home plasma are the millions of surgiare devoting many hours of their ca dreaalnga whlch arp Ilmi( (] in time to this work on a volunteer emergency care ol the wounded. basis. As one Red Cross official B'nai B'rith reports thai its women in Washington put it: "They are me mbers have made more than 3 piling up a credit on the humanitarian ledger that will be difficult to balance Not least amon i Jewish contributions to Red Cross, is their mass contribution to the blood banks. It is an ironical thought that Jewish blood, given freely and voluntarily m America. Is now probably coursing in the veins ol Nazi war prisoners whose lives \[ may have saved. In every one of the 35 cities in which the Red Cross has established blood doner centers a steady stream of Jewish doners has made this offering, some of the doners coming repeatedly. and one-half million such dress The National Council of J< wish .Tumors finds this phase >1 IN d Cross e one of its most popular activities and similar reports have been received from BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 'I' Dr. and Mn, Alexander Kushner • nd Family T SINCERE WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR SARAH SHOCHET CHICAGO, ILL. 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DAY SEPTEMBER IS, 1944 ToXHOLE TSHUVAH The Judaism of Jewish GI Joe Mw/sf/fcritiB/7 PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN V"" d moving mtu— %  I !" m Il.1T W Ch.pUld MOTT1. I*" 1 *' .rlU> HUM rou~tlUi Plant in Dad* County j Aoitnct Dept.. 37 N. E. 1st St. | Title Dept., Hirst Federal Bldf. PHONE 3-7641 propaganda on the beach-head: nothing in their environment to stimulate them directly to think in terms of Palestine. Some discussions were conducted under the noses of our "Long-Tom" guns, all of them within enemy shellfire range, and many of them on the eve of a 'big push,' yet invariably the first question in the discussion was: "Rabbi, tell us what the future of Palestine will be." It would not be an overstatement to say that the Jewishconsciousness of the men has tremendously heightened in the midst of war and its travail. One of the most gratifying experiences of the Jewish chaplain overseas is the work of the Christian chaplain in taking care of the Jewish needs in his outfit. It is inspiring to find in every regiment and battalion a Southern Baptist from Texas or a Catholic from Brooklyn, organize and arrange for a Minyan, cajole and persuade the Motor Pool to get transportation for travel that sometimes amounts to 100 miles for the round trip. You will be delighted, incidentally, at the ease with which the word Minyan falls from the lips of chaplains and their assistants. One of the latter, a Chinese boy named Tom. used the word with the facile grace of a Mesivtah alumnus. Commanding officers, prodded on by these truly Christian chaplains, have gone out of their way to help the Jewish men. Officers back home have a lot to learn from their overseas brethren in this respect. One of the best kept secrets of the war, from a Jewish point of view, is the remarkable work of assistance rendered by the Medical and Dental Corps. The number of lay-chaplains among them are too legion to mention. Some of the regular and continuous services conducted by a doctor or a dentist, with sermons borrowed from the JWB, attract a larger Minyan than you'll find at home. I can mention three of these medicos, who in addition to their Jewish leadership, have been cited for bravery and gallantry: Captain Arthur Shainhouse, of New York, 'the Silver Star); Major Samuel Perlman, of Chicago, (citation for bravery at Salerno): Captain Morris Goldsmith, of Brooklyn, 'Bronze Star). In many cases, the Jewish doctor who has assumed spiritual leadership in his regiment, has discovered a new enthusiasm for his heritage in the process of stimulating others to come home to Judaism. Speaking of home, I could write pages about the Jewish boy and his family. Most of the men overseas are unmarried, and home to them means mother and father. The Jewish mother has a unique position in their hearts, a fact which some of us chaplains have learned somewhat rusefully. When we ask a boy for his family address, in order to inform parents of his presence at services, he sometimes gives only his mother's name. A few weeks later, our mailbox is scorched by a letter from an irate father, who justifiably laments: "Nu, what's the matter with me? Don't I count too?" In the short space of a few months I have received hundreds •Continued on Page 28) DRUCKER'S ORIGINAL JEWELER .•11 Wa\hirtftiMi Amf | WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR rtioM. I 1T1* T BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. EDWARD ROTH AND FAMILY SEASONS GREETINGS PIG & WHISTLE Barbecue Grill 3345 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI SEASON'S GREETINGS To My Jewiih Patrons and Friends CLYDE R. MARKLEY 2916 S. W. Eighth Straat PHONE 4-5951 HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 122 N. E. Uth Street Distributors for SCHLITZ BEER OLD MILWAUKEE BEER MIGROCO WINES COMPLIMENTS f UFrince Cleaners & Dyers 244 N. w 5th Slreet To Our Friend* and Patrons A Moil Happy Nw Year SAVOY HOTEL MRS. 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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT +Jei§irk>r£dV&n !" !^SEPTEMBER 15. FOXHOLE TSHUVAH (Continued from Page 27' of letters from graicrul parents. some philosophical, some poetic. all of them sincere outpourings of gratitude. The chaplains overseas have all received hospitable in • vitations from homes in 40-odd states to visit them after the wai The theme of the letters is uniformly this, to quote from one of them: "It thrills me to know thai men like you are helping my boy and every mother's son to receive spiritual guidance and strength in their hour of need." The Jewish soldier here were profoundly disturbed by letters and newspapers from home which focused attention on the rise of prejudice in our land. I have seen a Jewish officer in a stale of melancholy, after reading "Under Cover." With better perspective. many of us feel thai the problem has not become more acute, but our awareness of it has. The forces of democracy have become more articulate, and more likely to bring out into the open the inof the price we sidious forces we have too long there. His voice tolerated. Recognition of a disease. while disturbing to the patient 1In the long run the most helpful oliit ion to his ills. We expected, of course, to find new evidences of Inter-faith friendships and fellowship based on the sharing of common dangers. It would be a miracle if fox-hole buddies' weren't welded together by their experiences, in a clearing-station the other day. a medical officer beckoned me to speak to a wounded Jewish boy. who was suffering from nervous prostration. The youngster sobbed out his story to me. The wound in his leg didn't bother him: "I just saw my buddy die right In front of my eyes. Gus wasn't Jewish, rabbi but I loved him like a brother." And young Jews are discovering hidden walls of courage and matchless bravery in their fellowJewish soldier. Some of them had cynically disbelieved that easygoing and wise-cracking Benny from the Bronx could do what he did. During the big push, his leg was blown off by a shell, and he called to a few of his lansleit in the company: "I know what the score is. boy as ... I know I won't make it promise me you'll take care of yourselves ." and to the sergeant: 'Watch out for mine boyas. sarge ." That story was related to me by one of my conants, as we stood in the lobby of the Rome Synagogue, talking had paid to get rung with pride, but his eyes were brimful of tears. Some day the two of us would like to visit Benny's family in the Bronx, to pay tribute to a great Jewish soul—to an American who though he had not yes masteredgthe unaccented language Mogen David, which was bedecked With an American flag on Memorial Day. A chaplain's heart la often heavy, especially when tragedy hurtles itself close to home. On three occasions, the Graves Registration Officer informed me of men who were found with Bibles In then hands. In which I had inscribed "L'chayim v'livrochoh. ." The life which God in His inscrutable wisdom has seen fit to grain them is that of Olam Haboh: they will surely live on in the hearts and lives of us whom the Almighty has spared. Theirs is a true immortality. That's all for now. except this. When you folks at home repeat the Yizkor on Yom Kippur. please add a little prayer for Benny, for Meyer, for Hymie yes and for Gus too. FAMOUS ... Ilnl-lif linm -."•"' > %  %  <•••• In Skillf4 SfWiSMnMli TAMIAMI MOTOR REPAIRING CO. lot Mrao. rriii mi i* "• STBI sr Jews In The Red Cross • Continued from Page 26" leaves out of account the large i ash contributions which Jewish organizations and women have made to the.Red Cross war chest. The B'nai B'rith alone has given $30,000. during the year, bringing its total contribution since September 1939 up to $220,000. Other organizations have contributed in similar fashion, while in every city and in every street where live Jewish men and women, they have taken up the burden of collecting funds for the Red Cross, as well as giving liberally of their own. Said a Washington Red Cross official of this phase of their efforts: "They have made house-tohouse canvases in residential areas, they have solicited Red Cross memberships and subscriptions in business districts, have helped on the necessary clerical work at chapter headquarters, and have performed other tasks essental and important to keeping the Red Cro a f uncUnn sanisation." Dln I In accordance witluh.. t'on. on the broad field 0 'tys need, which C^ race, color or creed.^J *? America have done th r ^ this service of their* i,*? 1 edged by Red Ct Z\ w in Washington S ^ ToAII.Mo.,H. PPrN w q Miller Electric Co 400 S W. Sth A,. BI PHONE 9-2477 Miller's Shell Service| PHONE 2-9161 HOI W, Fl. r |, rS MIAMI, FLA of America, had still caught a true glimpse of its spirit. I stood at his grave a few days ago. and repeated the El Moleh as I faced the MR. C. V. GALARDI 1002 SEYBOLD BLDG. WISHES AI.I. HIS FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASON'S GREETINGS MIAMI TITLE AND ABSTRACT CO. 41 N. E. FIRST AVENUE ABSTRACTS ESCROWS — TITLE INSURANCE SEASONS GREETINGS from E. STRECKER Truck Body Builder 724 N. W. 21t Slr..t A HAPPY NEW YEAH I TO ALL TRIANGLE FRUIT COMPANY 1200 N. W. 22nd Straat PHONE 30090 1 SINCERE WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI MARINE CONSTRUCTION CO 353 S. W 4th STREET PHONE 9-2510 Beat Wiihsi To Our Many Friends for a HAPPY NEW YEAR I N V E S T O R S SYN DICATE Congresa Building PHONE 2-2661 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR FOR ALL IS THE WISH OF DR. and MRS. FREDERICK R FRANK AND FAMILY A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HERBERT Dl AMON D & CO. 1121 N. E. 1st AVENUE PHONE 3-2735 Supplies For Saa Shell Manufacturan



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SEPTEMBER 15. 1944 *klstthrka%n PAGE TWENTY-NINE ION THE THRESHOLD OF PEACE SS85SSS I But where many have perished >thers have been saved. A review By MICHAEL FREEMAN T. jews throuBhout the world. %  fUditional sounding of the 'I, horn will usher m the be/ npnf a New Year which will. tS bnnB the end of war and tXfrm Ot P^ce. No New Kn recent history has marked iT fundamentally important Kn B poto. to the life of the F tst H'has been difficult for ta MBPWhend the vastness of Ltrutti which struck the very Ewtotion' of Jewish life in Eu,0 ; is It difficult today to t hr tremendous significance J the coming of the day of peace L the deliverance of millions of L r fc iiow-Jew.s from brutal exIrrmination. Urge sections of our people Lvf lived with death and destrucLn for more than a decade. In En of sorrow and suffering, the If. of the United States have len Hie aresenal of hope for the Lrvival of millions caught in the L( of Nazi oppression. Now as {he dawn of victory begins to light Iptht darkness engulfing the remLnts of the Jewish people, we lust assume the role of the build.. of a new life for those who Eire survived the tortures and the [tacts of Hitlerism. i As we look back on five years I total war. American Jews can •el that iney have more than BUHlltflT faced the challenge of fie period of greatest destruction i Jewish life. The fact that they nbuted a total of nearly $100.0.000 to the United Jewish Apil for Refugees, Overseas Needs Palestine since 1939 constibtes the most forceful evidence fat we stood by the side of stricki European Jewry in the years | pavest crisis. That the channels of relief and rehabilitation for the Jews of Europe, of reconstruction in the Jewish homeland in Palestine and of aid to the newcomers in the United States have been kept open in the midst of the widespread disruption of a global conflict represents a truly historic achievement. Now that we are in the midst of a great transition and the rapidly changing scene of the final chapter of the war dictates a new outlook, we find ourselves confronted with the problem of converting from a program of rescue in war to a program of reconstruction in peace. During the past year the rescue efforts carried on by American Jews through three major agencies—the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal .and the National Refugee Service—have reflected the beginnings of the new approach to the problems of helping Jews in the process of liberation. But in the very hour of liberation the tragedy of the war years has been revealed in all its stark ness. The veil of doubt and uncertainty has been torn from the graveyards of Eastern Europe by the advance of the Russian armies. The ghost cities recaptured from the Nazis, the pitifully small numbers of survivors who have emerged


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w PAGE THIRTY +Jmlstnaridfan On The Threshold Of Peace %  Continued from Page 29) of the achievements of American Jews in the field of rescue and reconstruction would require long lists and figures and so-called "hard facts." Let us leave the figures to the statistical-minded and examine the human equation What does it really mean when thousands or hundreds of human beings are saved? Who are the men and women behind the facade of the "facts"? Not so long ago Marshal Tito's •tout-hearted patrisans swooped down on the Island of Raab and captured it from the Nazis. When the Partisans took control of the small island in the Adriatic they found 1.500 .Jewish refugees living there in the mast miserable circumstances The Yougoslavs immediately released them and gave them their freedom. But though the Nazis had expelled, there was no assurance that the fortunes of war might not bring their return. It would be a cruel trick of fate if the liberated refugees were to fall into the hands of the Nazi oppressor a second time. It was therefore decided that the refugees must be removed to the mainland, out of reach of the enpmy. Through the intervention of (he President's War Refugee Board and with the aid of funds provided by the United Jewish Appeal the systematic evacuation was accomplished A minor Dunkirk as enacted on the Island of Raab en that momentous day. Rowboats, motor launches, skiffs — everything afloat was pressed into ; service to ferry all of the 1.500, refugees across the Adriatic toj safety. Shortly thereafter the Nazis invaded the Island and recaptured it They retook the Island, but the '• tv I ad been cued Throu ou iu -'. -.1... Pal %  • I tine has been the major haven for [the men and women fleeing from Nazi destruction. In the early part of the war several hundred refusees who had failed to gain admission to the Jewish homeland were sent to the Island of Rhodes When the Axis forces made a concentrated attack on Britain's strongpoints in the Mediterranean I they seized Rhodes and promptly | put all of the refugees in chains The Jews were placed on prison ships and sent to Italy where they were thrown into concentration camps. There was great despair among the refugees who had escaped the oppressor only to be caught in his toils Again. For almost three years they languished in the primitive barracks of Ferramonti until one day the light of freedom broke through and the British Eight Army liberated them. The first to bring help to the Jewish refugees at Ferraj monti were Jewish soldiers from Palestine who had been in the van of the British attack. The Palestinians, some amoni; them were former refugees, shared their rations and gave up a substantial part of their pay to help their fellow Jews taste the meaning of liberation. A short time later the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal stepped in to provide new homes for the liberated refugees. Through the combined action of the Joint j Distribution Committee and the I United Palestine Appeal. 570 of them were brought to Palestine— the first refugees to reach the Jewish homeland from territory liberated by the Allies. The Jews who had been retaken at Rhodes saw at last the ancient land of their fathers which had been denied them four years earlier. There was a little girl of ten on a ship Which docked recently at an Eastern port. She seemed normal in every respect except for the shadow of fear winch clouded her face. Yet that little girl symbolized the suffering and wandering of millions. When the Nazis invaded Belgium her family fled to France. Shortly thereafter, with the fall of France, her father went into hiding to escape deportation to Poland. Joining the under. ground, he worked to help prepare France for the day of liberation. In the meantime, the little girl and her mother were sheltered by Christians who befriended them. One day the Nazis began a systematic search for all Jewish refugees. Determined to save his family, the father decided to bring them to safety and help them escape over the border to Spain They could travel only at night to avoid detection. In the daytime they had to remain in hiding in the woods. After a weary journey of many days and nights with little food or water, they reached ^SL^^IMJ A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DR. WALTER K. FOLEY LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH MR. >nd MRS. Julius Damensrein AND DAUGHTER T Wi, %  h for All Their Fricnda A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR W. A. GLASS the SpanishbortoTT^^l *• Nazi frontier gUt ^ HI ther, mother, and?. ^ 4 ** Uifough^^J reaching Spain. T** 5| farewell to hi, wife ^ and turned back t* "** fight for freedom £! <^wi^throuS22jy was challenged by J?** %  JW would mean iK? the hands of the „„ deati inored the mu£n?XX eral .hot. were tirXS^ The father never ^J Cont inued on Pag e 33) LUNCHEONS Authoniic Chinese fbimom DINNER MIAMI BEACH— 41st St.. Phona 5-220R-AIR.COOr.pn BEER WINES To All A Most Happy Nev Year tf JEFF LANIER Now Located at 3890 N. W. 36th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA WINES BEE* &im NEWS TOWER SEASONS GREETINGS A. H. BRANNON FIRST STATE BANK OF MIAMI SPRINGS lanrn nr.B rw TO ALL... A HAPPY NEW YEAR C. & L AMUSEMENT MACHINE CO. 1510 N. W. 36th STREET PHONE 3 3942 Our Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR ; i< MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH THE MANAGEMENT OF MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY WISHES FOR YOU A YEAR OF HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY. MAY WE, IN THIS YEAR, WITNESS THE FUL FILMENT OF THE BLESSING: "THE LORD GIVES STRENGTH TO HIS PEOPLE; THE LORD BLESSES HIS PEOPLE WITH PEACE." MAY PEACE BE WITH YOU, AND MAY YOUR DEAR ONES BE RETURNED, SAFE AND SOUND. TO YOUR FAMILY HEARTHS. yj Mount Nebo The Cemetery of Distinction For Discriminating Families RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 'J*



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)AY. SEPTEMBER IS, 194< HE RESCUE FRONT ON V-DAY By CARL ABRAMSON By ( ARIABRAMSON Kditor's MoUi Thr following 'i on the major rescue opJ..ions durinn the P* st > car K3* •


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PAGE THIRTY-TWO *fci'*J f krkHkHn: FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, THE YEAR IN SPORTS By JAY GRAYSON Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. Sports have been greatly affected by the war. Tens of thousands of Jewish youths, who in limes of peace would have turned to athletics, are now engaged in a far greater and fiercer combat. Thousands of former Jewish athletes, who excelled in every field of sport, are now fighting in the Armed Forces of our country and raise funds for the Red Cross and participated in War Bond Drives. Once, he collapsed and was returned to the Naval Hospital. There is no cure for malaria and Barney was honorably discharged from the United States Marines last spring, but he continues in his war efforts on the Home Front. And. of course, there is Captain they are doing more than their .Hank Greenberc. the former baseshare in the supreme effort to, ball star, who is now somewhere combat the forces of evil and deat a Far Eastern Front. Hank was feat the enemies of mankind. the outstanding Jewish ball player Many Jewish athletes have ;of his generation and was one of Kiven their lives for our country., the first drafted The former outMany others have covered themfielder for the Detroit Tigers was .selves with glory and were decorthe highest paid player in both ateci for valor. Barney Ross, the major leagues He was honorably rormer world's lightweight and ;discharged from the Army m the welterweight champion, who enfall of 1941. A day after Pearl Harli.sted in the United States Marines D oi he reenhsted and joined his was acclaimed as a hero. He old outfit He rose quickly from fought valiantly at Guadalcanal th e !an k.s and became a commisand he was decorated for saving sioned officer Now. he :s a cap. the lives of his comrades-in-arms tain, la doing a good lob and :< He was wounded and contracted | n line for promotion malaria, and he was returned here, Benny Leonard, the former| for a cure and rest. But Barney world lightweight champion, is Ross could not and would not rest; not wlnle the fight is still going on. He left his hospital cot and has toured the country, appearing at manv rallies and addressed war workers He has also helped now a lieutenant 'S.G.> of the United Stales Merchant Marine. Bcuny. a veteran of the first World War, is now training thousinis and thousands of young seamen of the Merchant Marine Training Base at Hoffman's Island. Benny is doing the same taik as lieutenant Commander Jack Dempscy is doing at the Coast Guard Training Base in Slieepshcad and jCommander Gene Tuniiey IS doing 'in the Navy In former years, many Jewilh athletes readied the top in many sports. There were several outstanding champions and Ichampions in boxing: some 'sood baseball and football oi Iketbal) players. Jewish boys icred themselves with glory in their I chosen fields of athletics. More than a score of Jewish football players are among the immortals of the gridiron. Jewish boys took to basketball and excelled in most other collegiate sports. But the war has curtailed most of the sports Many universities and colleges, who in former years emphasised athletics, have abandoned entirely or have greatly limited activities due to lack of playing material. You won't find many Jewish names in the roosters of UM collegiate football or basketball teams now. The boys near very bascovMr. and Mrs. Henry Spero of Derby. Conn wish alt then friends and members of Miami Beach Jewish ('(immunity (enter A HAPPY MEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS NORTHWEST FURNITURE CO. 77 N. W. 36th Street PHONE 78-.TI12 Best Withes to Our Many Irwivh Friends and Patron* MILLER'S SUNDRIES 1465 N. W. 3rd Avenue PHONE J-8908 BEST WISHES for a HAPPY ant/SUCCESSFUL NEW YEAR Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps .Sincere Wishes For A .Most HAPPY NEW YEAR u Emerson 41 N. E. !nd T Realty St.. Phone Co. 3-2211 NEW YEAR GREETINGS u T ACE WINDOW CLEANERS 2131 N. W. 51§t Street PHONE 7-3544 GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FLAGLER MATTRESS COMPANY Mil West Flailer Street PHONE 4-4*88 PEACE. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS IS OUR WISH FOR ALL 'S 155 E.HAGLER ST ou Mm o ^Jtit UNCOIN HD M A arc doing somnhink greater, some.hing more sellout. ProfesslonsJ sports have lured KMneWhet better. Baseball boxm? uul football are still carrying on. .rue with much inferior human material and more limited resources. Baseball had to resort to older men who were cast off from the major lca*;ue teams and consigned to the minors, or to youns. sreen sandlotters, in their middle teens. Nevertheless, the major leagues and also most of the minor league teams managed to play out the season and fullfil their schedules. Two Jewish players. Phil Welntraub. the first baseman, and pitcher Harry Feldman, were among the outstanding players of the New York Giants. Phil Weintraub piled up an impressive batting average and helped his team stayin the first division of the National League. Harry Feldman won a number of games for the team and was one of the few starting pitchers of his team who were able s* to go the enur, ZT^ a game UCf *d %  The Brooklyn aw..., ^"•ed one Je*ish£?*fl Rosen. Goody had ^ P^d With the £LJ3 was acclaimed a DMES .^l Player. Hov.e !" e !" % t* £• Rradr and 1+%$*** erstwhile president 5 S ^* sold him dov,n tile fl, % spent many yean, in ]'J ** Earlier this se ason £? £** recalled Goody from T 0 ^ He was £££ + J*A hopeful, as a potent^ _^Conum le d on Page ,„ SEASONS Guttom COURIC U-DRIVE-n| 340 Blsravne Boiltrari PHONE Mm Wishing a Hippy and Prosperous New Year to Our Many Jewish Friends HI FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY AT MIAMI L. A. USINA. President Alfred I. duPont Building Eat Flsgler Street st Second Anue MAY THE NEW YEAH BRING HAPPINESS, JOY AND PROSPERITY TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS AND TO ALL JEWRY Schrager's, Inc. 1001 WEST FLAGLER STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA "HIGHEST TYPE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY PHONE 2-0707 H L'Shona Tova .To Our Jewish Friends ^ Miami Home Milk Producers Association DRINK PHONE 2-7696 OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRY FARMERS GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK SOUR CREAM "HOME MILKFOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE FT. LAUDERDALE 613 E SINCERELY BELIEVE THAT THERE I, NO BETTER DAIRY PRODUCT THAH HOME MILK*



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0. SE PTEMBER 15, 1944 On V-Day I „ nll -d from Page 3D fefSSS who were InEKtWmonU where they ^er the most miserable r Z Following close on fS'of relief measures by VJl the JOC arranged for ^; 1U £ of clothing in PalesKTi Promptly made Lie to the women and chilt ,n tl e refugee camp. Later L r* w driven out / o medal office was esfS mtl < city to minister If n ed among the 9.000 U han Jews and 2,000 EL Upon the liberation of nlriolRomethe J.D.C. made sS o f 2 ooo t 00 ,o the Jewish community. I iDC also arranged transt.nnn (or 5'0 refugees from C "a Greece and the BalRm derated Italy to PalesHOUgJ, a BreaWr measure of ll t be brougW to Jews in Iratcfl arras of North Africa ., t „e.J.I)C. has been exdir every possible assistance |,.; 0 se in enemy-occupied counL TlirouKh neutral countries International relief agencies, Vci clothing packages are toed to WiOUS parts of Nazit-a-ed Europe Help is today ta| Jews "i Slovakia and £d through these channels. C-al seeks aw when a J.D.C. L eyaped from France, it was ford that an extensive relief Kram was beiru". carried on in II country and that the sum of booooo had been borrowed on JjDCs pledce of repayment |t:ie end of the war for aid to Vs in France Continued supiwrt is also being fr.ded for refugees in Allied and l BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. LEON KAPLAN AND DAUGHTERS T BEST WISHES for a IHAPPY NEW YEAR HERMITAGE HOTEL N. E. l.i AVENUE Kk Hukona Greetings f 0r M., Jewi.k Friend. nd P.trom •iSouth Florida Liquor Distributors INCORPORATED j* SoulK Miami AT.„„. rh,MI 2-2262 — 2-351 a HAPPY NEW YEAR h I -1 o n e COMMERCIAL BIOGRAPHERS ?HN E .2ndAv.nu. P ONE 35822 SEfSS cou ntries. More than 300.000 Jews from Poland who are now situated In Asiatic Russia are being helped to survive by m ea ns SL fflPT 5 food shi P"ent. T*Li DC U 8hi PPin more tlian 10,000 parcels of food and clothing a month to individual refugees in Soviet Russia. These packages are prepared and shipped from Teheran where a special J DCrepresentative suiwvises this phase of its activities. An agreement recently reached with the Soviet Government will also enable the J.D.C. to ship $500,000 worth of additional food and other relief supplies to Russia. in Switzerland J.D.C. funds are needed not only to help maintain 18.000 of the 25.000 refugees in that island of neutrality, but to finance relief assistance to occupied countries which can be reached from Switzerland. Although relatively few refugees are left in Spain and Portugal, allotments for aid in these two key transit countries for refugees cannot be reduced. As part of its effort to speed the integration of the 125.000 Jews who have found a haven in Latin America since the beginning of the Hitler regime, the J.D.C. is now supplying funds for the establishment of credit cooperatives, for resettlement, retraining and health and social welfare services In many Central and South American countries. Out of a total of $15,557,812 appropriated by the J.D.C. in the first eight months of 1944. 70% was allocated for rescue and emigration activities and the balance for refugee relief and other programs in neutral countries. In a determined effort to help Z e T n £V Umbers of WMwE 2 e i5' has ** aslde tr >e sum of $2,000,000 for the transportation of children from Europe to havens of safety overseas. Some 6.000 refugee children have been maintained in France with the ad of the J.D.C. In three decades of its relief activities the JDC has spent a total of almost $150 000.000 in aiding millions of Jews throughout the world. Palestine's pivotal importance as a haven for Jews threatened 'Continued on Page 34 > On The Threshold Of Peace 'Continued from Page 30' struggle for liberation, but he had brought his family to safety. And today the little girl who has been helped to enjoy a happy childhood in the United States by the National Refugee Service still talks proudly of her hero father not knowing that he made the supreme sacrifice on the battlefield of humanity. The human equation, the joys PAGE THIRTY-THREE and sorrows of the men. women, and children who have been rescued through the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal—these intangibles transcend in importance the cold facts of the ledger of lifesaving and life-restoring effort supported by the Jews of the United States. For these refugees the New Year will mean a new beginning and a new outlook. For all Jews in Nazi-dominated Europe the New Year will bring hope of liberation and restoration. And the prospect of speedy victory confronts the Jews of the United States with a new responsibilityBest Wishes for a HAPPY NEW TEAS Dr. and MRS. H. R. MECHLOWITZ AND SON the responsibility which we have been waiting to welcome for more than eleven years—of rebuilding the ruins of Jewish life and of giving the homeless and long-suffering of our people every opportunity to share the fruits of peace. In this and many other respects this will truly be a New Year. NEW YEAR GREETINGS LEVI PLUMBING 9-1416 SEASON'S GREETINGS MOORE'S NORTH EAST SECOND AVENUE AT 40th STREET TIME FOR A SMART INSIDE JOB -jy?. ? f i c m you may h.Te overlooked i. that extra room wh.ch you could rent with profit. Brighten it with new furn.ture dr.pe., or rug. — it'. „„t the upkeep, if. the initi.l expen.e And common .en.e tell, you you can get • better pr.ee .nd more de.ir.ble tenant if you hare • really attractive room or apartment to offer. We .hall be glad to .ugge.t decorating .cheme.. You can apply the trade-in credit of your old furniture again.t the new purcha.e. BUY MORE WAR BONDS! A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Arkin-Prufert Construction Co. GENERAL CONTRACTORS ; i< Congress Building MIAMI, FLORIDA Phoae 4-1 S6t NEW YEAR GREETINGS A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL VAN C. KUSSROW ACTING TAX ASSESSOR FOR DADE COUNTY BEST WISHES TO ALL for a MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH HEW YEAR GREETINGS yi HOUSER COMPANY, Inc Firo and Casualty Insurance FLORIDA BOND and MORTGAGE COMPANY Mortgage Loana Inrostmanti HOUSER REALTY CO., Inc. R.al Estate :: Property Managamant FIRST TRUST BUILDING PHONE 3-24 HAPPY NEW YEAR II % III KOSHER Meat A Pou 1117 Market ISA N. W. Sth Sireel Phone 3-1430 MIAMI. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS STORES Conveniently Located at MIAMI 189S S. W. Sth St. 8515 Biacayna Bird. FOOD (ENTER* MIAMI BEACH 700 W. 41st St. 1701 Alton Road



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PAGE THIRTY-FOUR *Jels*riorl jnn nnn >n •!>, fiic C1V i rlina are JOIMU.V sum of $2,400,000 in the first six u. t n .. t %  J whercbv Palestine s v.ai \cierans months of 1944 for housing and:^ ... .,._ ,„„,, ttnnn adjusting the more than 10.500 will be settled on the land upon iju.-uiim nilinui c mail IU,JOU i ,..^_,i,„ nrmv; j ., : %  nu discharged from the arm>. refugees who reached the Jewish "'"*" „,„„i, n r inri During the six-month penoci homeland during that period. To speed the integration of the new arrivals and give them an opportunity to rebuild their lives as self-sustaining citizens of the Jewish homeland, the United Palestine Appeal expanded its agricultural settlement program. With fifteen new rural centers to be established this year, bringing the total number of agricultural settlements to more than 290. At from October I. 1943. to April 1. SEA-SONS BEST WISHES from HAROLD'S MARKET 1216 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9691 Mr. E. and Mrs. Ben Giller lend But Wishe. for %  Happy New Year to All To All My Friend, and Acquaintances A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR JOHN FALKENBERG District Manager American Expreea A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL T Curt's Auto Repairs 1636 N. W. 20th Street PHONE 2-8500 HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS Greenview Hotel MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Cortez Coffee Shop 241 N. E. lit Avenue PHONE 2-5171 To Our Many Friends We With A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR T Electrix Appliance Repair Shop 2767 S. W. 27th Avenue Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons T Night Owl Barbecue 3193 S. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 4-9111 To All, Season's Best Wishes CONCHA HOTEL & RESTAURANT Spanish Meals Our Specialty We Serve Partica On Request 1101 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida NEW YEAR GREETINGS Tropical Mattress & Upholstery Co. 2252 West Flagler Street PHONE 4-2214 4 BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. ESSER GOLDSTEIN 150 Jefferson Avenue MIAMI BEACH l i JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP "By the Railroad Track" Painting — Color Matching Seat Covers Body and Fender Repair* 74 N. E. 20th St. Ph. 3-7681 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons J. H. HAGOOD CO. 3807 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 7-2288 T MELROSE BEAITY SALON SEASONS GREETINGS 3400 N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 3-9375 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Leo & Ginger's Bar C33 N. E. 1st Avenue PHONE 3-9436 To All a Mont Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. SAMLEL SAAL AND FAMILY Sunny Brook Creamery INC. 79 N. W. 20th St.. Miami. Fla. SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR l i J Minnie McWhorter SEASON'S GREETINGS H. W. WILLIAMS SERVICE STATION Atlantic Products Complete Service 668 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 2-9189 We Wish to Extend New Year Greetings to Our Friends and Customers SHERIDAN FOOD MARKET 415 W. 41st STREET PHONE 5-7345 BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Beverley Deming pretation of alien regulations to refugees and to local community agencies, as well as for the interpretation of the problems of refugees to our government. Today these refugees are contributing their special skills and training as well as their very lives to the all-out war effort on the home and battlefronts. The N.RS. has created special files to meet government requests for chemists, translators, teachers and scientists. It has granted loans to individuals to enable them to start in business or settle on farms. It has provided retraining for over-age H^ laVvlwfAaSn U'hr\ P^ced in taot*t2V out W| sections of theTo'u^rv'l 0U H| srrviMc ,e,r SDerisi^-.l Fort Ontario ln £, fi*l ICAIM:.... • "-It Gordon Roofing & Sheet Metal Works 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue Extends Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASONS BEST w,S„r. from 1 Sandier', Sundry Sh>,| Formerly Ms. 1 "9 First Street Miami Beach SEASON'S GREETINGS E. GEORGE BERNARD Postal Building Miami, Fla. II SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR CHAS. E. BLAIR AND FAMILY GREETINGS TO ALL BISCAYNE ROLLER SKATING PALACE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL RINK IN THE SOUTH NEW MAPLE FLOATING NOISELESS FLOOR 1220 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD-At the C.u.ew., Circle Open 7:30 to 11 Every Evening— Including Sunday Matinee—Saturday, Sunday—2 to 5 P. M. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AUDIPHONE COMPANY OF MIAMI, Inc. Vacuum Tube and Carbon Hearing Aids by Western Electric Developed by Bell Laboratories 117 N. E. 1st Ave. —1211-13 Security Bide., Miami—Phone 3-3jJ W. Palm Beach Office, 3800 Washington Dr.—Phone 8592 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Shippers, Tree Ripened Fruits, Crystalized Fruits.Jellies Pecans—Guaranteed Delivery Henrietta's Fruit Shipping Company & Health Uj Collins Avenue at 8th Street Miami Beach Phone 5-9386 Al -he Fruit Mill NEW YEAR GREETINGS NORTON R. GANGER CO. Westinghouae — Air Conditioning — Refrigeration Contractora — Engineers PHONE 38361 CORNER NORTH MIAMI AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL SMITH'S BOULEVARD PHARMACY Corner 79th St. at Bi.c.vne Blvd. Phone 7-5567 Miaaai.Fla. PRESCRIPTIONS — SODA FOUNTAIN — LUNCHEONETTE COMPLETE DRUG STORE SERVICE FT. LAUDERDALE — 64)9 E. LAS OLAS PHONE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FREE DELIVERY-PHONE 5-1719-FREE GIFT WRAPPI* THE MODERNE PHARMACY • PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED ASP*ESlg • FINEST IMPORTED PERFUMES STWAg • BETTER COSMETIC LINES REPRESENTS 555 41.1 Street Miami Be.* Jarrett Coffee Company ROASTERS AND PACKERS OP COFFEE AND TEAS 507 Northwe.t Miami Court PHONE 2 2174 WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIEND A HAPPY NEW YEAK NEW YEAR GREETINGS PICCIOLO Italian-American Restaurant 134-36-38 Collins Avenue Miami Beach BEER and WINES PHONE 5-9031 Famous for its Real Italian Dinners, Steaks, Chops, Sea Foods, Plna Ravioli, Spaghetti SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR !JI EMERSON M. ROSENBERGER 3900 N. E. 1.1 Avenue TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND ^KON'L^ A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW CLARK & LEWIS CO. WHOLESALE CROCERS 34 N. E 11th Street Phone 3-310* TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR P. RICHARDSON Insulation Firebrick Tanke Trap. •" 311 Mendoaa Avenue Phone 4-2201 Whole.ale: 1159 Phone 3-4W



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LlDAYj^SiL^i Jmisli Meridian PAGE THIRTY-FIVE ti/hv 52 Foreigners Went To Town By DAVID ZAGIER I \ page from the Diary of a Jewish Soldier) T^T^nTof Enckson. a Riifv" Kansas corporal. Rave to the '•''!> newspapers. 25. >^ l cxacl,y whil 45£ 5S t a h vou tn \5SrtSmen who will KrrbauaUon ro.l-.al. will ,• vou *'hy • -ftjrson. Carlson. Johnson. itrom. BrtCtaW. Dahl. nyour Nordic brothers, see Ln'tTOur brothers at all!) Tile Joczak. Koznick. Mamak. Lhowicz. Podorskl. Romanski. frmferioiSlavs whose courage U show so even you can see' f tolly Hurlev. Sullivan. Flaherty collins. McGre and McKee f .Neutral lush who finding U. S. „1 lost their neutrality-' Bwmwrtner. Schmaing. Huffunn Heinlein. Seiser and Ralir. (Yo ur volkagenosMn? Oh. no! %  *•*. ours, and we have lots Ron. Beaver, Armstrong. Jenj Hvwood. Rice and Coombs, (Old stock stalwarts who plan. La of. and expedite your doom Gnenbere. Morris. Gottlieb. Johtn Travel Stein and Bloom. .•Low' Je*s? They're Yanks loi.eagerei than most to dig your And Gentile Camptel. Wong. t. and Gomez and Suma and Arc nails in your coffin, forged \ In the wondrous Melting Pot I was tempted to substitute my own buddies Lundi and Carlson for Ericksons. Peterson and Carlson. Turan and Sanderoff for Jaksic and Joczak. Zappetini and Abatl for Gentile and Campisi. Flemminu and O'Brien for Kellv (Continued on Page 36• The Rescue Front On V-Day (Continued from Page 34 > is providing a variety of services to the 984 refugees from fourteen European countries who are being housed there for the duration of the war. As the Allies liberate more territory, N.R.S. is called upon for Information concerning the whereabouts of relatives and friends overseas. To meet this growing need, the N.R.S. has cooperated in the establishment of a Central Location Index which contains information about refugees in this country, overseas as well as their friends and relatives here. This newly created index will have at its disposal the coordinated facilities of the International Red Cross and other resources abroad. Thus the N.R.S. will be in a position to help materially in reuniting families scattered as a result of war. Almost daily the needs of the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal grow larger as new opportunities .01 rescue are opened up. In %  first six months of 1944 alone the Joint Distribution Committee. United Palestine Appeal and National Refugee Service had expenditures totaling more than •S20.600.000. The national quota .if $.12,000,000 will obviously be sufficient to meet only the minimum nquiremcnts of these agencies. The situation on the rescue front, as on the military front, may be described as fluid at the present time. But as the clouds of ;i..ikne< are dispelled by brilliant Allied victories, many pockets of hitherto isolated Jews are being ."unite l with the free Jewish communit V and they must be given i very opportunity for complete re*toratl< n. The fact that both the Jiint Distribution Committee and f.p J-'KHh Ag<"v-for Palestine lave trained special staffs of social workers to be a.'ached to UNRRA ior renef and rehabilitation won; in Eur>i>ean ar,.1 Middle Eastern c-o'intries indicates that the agencies or the Unit.eu Jewish Appeal arc cognizant of the special responsibilities that will devolve upon them in meeting Jewish needs on V-Dny. It will be the trif-k of the Je.vs of the United States to iiiip tli-m shoulder those responsibilities so that days and \ears of misery and wandering may b^ ended and the new era of roviva. and freedom may be speedily brought into being. loth Brit Wiihrt For A HAPPY NEW YEAR T MAX SHLAFROCK IMS. Construction Co. General Contractor Renovation* and Repairs 1857 N. W. 38th Street GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR .argest Fruit Growtn in Slate Evergreen Nurseries TOM N. COSTEA, Owner 2010 S. W. 17th Avenue PHONE 3-3443 Bed Wiihet For A HAPPY NEW YEAR T RAY WRIGHT AUCTIONEER PHONE 2-2860 For An Auction Ue The "WRIGHT WAY" Dr. Charles Beckwitt OrtOHtTBIBT In Miami lrr '.:• Vrr ]( N F. It 4fWM rhn I %  "•• How of'en do vou rhrrk voui millloi Mnb< I not >>. o| latltfactl I'i II liixl what it wiom I %  i"' %  •. I.aburi'.o: oo p:** i" [ It la. A. Pleaiure To Extend Our Brit Wuhei For A HAPPY NEW YEAR MARY E. KEMP WHEEL CHAIR Miaaii'i Eiclusive Sanitarium S. W, 12th ATMM Belt Wiihet For A HAPPY NEW YEAR T Miami Beach Nurseries 4298 Chate Avenue Miami Beach TO ALL A MOST HAPPV NEW YEAR 41 T MR. AM) MRS. SAM JOSEPHER and FAMILY OF THE Miami Sea Food Co. 675 \. W. 6th Street GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR T Antilla Hotel C0 *AI. GABLES A MOST HAPPV NEW YEAR TO ALL Merchants Egg Co. Wholesale and Retail EGGS FRESH DAILY Eat More Ens For Victory 1200 N. W. 22nd St.. Ph. 2-2927 SEASONS GREETINGS R. E. LEMBO, Tailor 600 LINCOLN ROAD Formerly of 5th Avenue Custom Tailoring For Ladies and Gentlemen A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE BLUE DERBY On the Trail at 7th Avenue PHONE 2-9315 Dining Room, Counter and Curb Service FULL COURSE DINNER BLUE PLATE DR. and MRS. A. LESTER STEPNER AND BARBARA ELLEN Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR "I NEW YEAR GREETINGS JACK & JOE'S SERVICE STATION PHONE 2-9636 U! GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROYAL PALM ICE COMPANY 4J8 S. W. 17th Avenue PHONE 3-3671 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR T MR. AND MRS. (;. CASKJLL Hoke's Liquor Store 2199 V W. SSth Street PHONE 7-9470 PALMER FUNERAL HOME AND CHAPEL Miami's Newest Jewish Funeral Home "Always Wiihin the Means of Every Family" 2008 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 9-2664 Ambulance Service RANGES RADIOS WASHING MACHINES T BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR • m HARRY'S POULTRY MARKET 237 N. 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W. 7th Avnu Miami, Florid* HANNAU PHOTO STUDIO OF FINE PORTRAITURE 612 LINCOLN ROAD • MIAMI BEACH • PHONE 58-2923 134 BISCAYNE BLVD. • MIAMI • PHONE 3-0513 CRITICS MRS. F. D. ROOSEVELT in her Column. "My Day": ( H a n n a u*a Photographs "are really beautiful.") MARTHA RAYE: "You're wonderful." E. M. LOEW (president Loew'a Theatre*): "Thank you for your excellent work.' ROBERTSON ROSS. Lt. U. S. Marine Corps: "To a fine arliit and a very fine friend of the service man." New Year Greetings MIAMI BEACH SUN-TROPICS • l \ ;



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PAGE THIRTY SIX PJe*i*lifhr*0tM> Why 52 Foreigners Went To Town 'Continued from Page 35) and Flaherty, Gumpert and Bauer for Schmaing and Baumgartner, Britt and McDonald for Dixon and Beaver, and Sager and Zagler for Gieenberg and Cohen. This would give me a ready-made poem to celebrate the occasion of fifty-two soldiers from six or seven counti ies. Twelve of the fifty-two gravitated spontaneously together when we fell out in company area at 6:45 this morning, all members DI the Fort Dix "original fifty." Werther Weiner. the chow houna and Camp Dachau veteran, was there, his myriad wrinkles smiling ard crying at the same time and bis jaws working lustily on the bieakfast apple still. Sol Kreitman was there, the I>ondon lawyer who ent a stripe for acting income tax consultant to the camp. And Gordon, the young Englislunan v.liom the draft board snatched away from the British Purchasing Mission and who now examines shells at the Ordnance sheds instead of examining similar shells under Lease-Lend. Sardios. who had offered to beat up his own i countryman for bragging tliat. Je vs were abused in Greece: his offending landsman" was not there possibly because the investigator found him to be as yet unfit for American citizenship Fritz Kuhn was there, the only one of (the original fifty who has already |made corporal. (Wall Street brokers and Ph.D.'s and factory man agers are still privates and Pfc.'s. but Fritz is a cook, and the American Army, too, has a stomach to inarch on! We don't mind, though. Fritz has fallen arches and a real soiaieis soul in a cook's body.) Roland Einstein was there, too. He was chased out of Vienna four months before graduating in medicine but the Army Specialized Training Program may yet help him to finish school. Meanwhile he is ward orderly to a batch of German prisoners conv a les cin g in one of our hospital winps. Emil Sager. the New Jersey carpenter whose mail always gets mixed UP with mine, was with us. He is an Army carpenter now. part time. ;i.o also understudy to the disponsary orderly. Our Dutch masj cot. Van Stott. marked the greatnetf of the day by smiling. He \\> rks in the tank repair shop, and normally he does not smile because tie ii constantly engaged in the, task of changing the cotton from i.is light ear to ins left and conventely. Strutting, a nr>le-polishing B. was there, too. still a private, despite his promise to us in the train that he would make master ser •-cant in six weeks, a stripe a week Wcinberg. middle-aged Jew from the depths of Hassidic Gahcia. came out in his full regalia of MP. Sam Brown belt, brass whistle, r.houlder straps, and brassard. We had thought his classification comical, but he is bringing 1,1 more custom to the guardhouse than you could shake a stick at. fc'Yei-ybody la ingratiating himself vuh him today, for an "in" with the MPs is something of an invest ment The rear of our echelon of "originals" was brought tip by our great little Mexican. Jaime Diego, the saint of latrine 1945. He went to cooks school with Kuh but has no stripe. The story goes that the mess sergeant caught him twice standing laddie In hand over the pots — asleep and snoring. In charge of the fifty-two candidates-Americans was Corporal Piv, son of an American engineer-specialist in Soviet Russia. He was also our sponsor before Judge Miller. The bus conductor was surprised at the siRht of fifty-two OIs going to town in ODs at seven o'clock in FRIDAY, ag mggiK 1H| SEW YEAR GREETINGS Li T Touby Painting Co. 669 \. W. Eighth Street MIAMI. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS from S. E. SCHWARTZ & CO. Ral Bttata 420 Lincoln RL. Miami Beach PHONE 5-5801 Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR AGNES I. EASON Ral Estate Property Management 101 E. First Street, HialcaK I14.PPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS LUNDY'S MARKET 1435 Washington Avenue Mi.mil Beach NEW YEAR GREETINGS KING'S FUNERAL HOME 08 S. W. Eighth Street PHONE 3-2111 To All Our Friends anil Patrons We Extend the Hand of Fellowship. Ely Levin & Associates Wholesale Tobacco* Confections Sundries 1449 N. W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 2-1428 i SEASONS GREETINGS MIAMI FURNITURE CO. 100 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-3195 Sincere New Year Greetings from BOB MARTIN •' MARTIN'S DRUG STORE 7070 Collins Avenue PHONE 6-2040 Mr. & Mrs. Sam Schnacho 744 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-7764 Auditor Accountant Wish All Clients and Friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year NELSON Automobile Service 875 West Hagler Street Wishes All A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINCS DR. C E. BARNES OPTOMETRIST Congress Building PHONE 2-5254 SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM NORMANDY SCHOOL LEO HUBERMAN 1021 Biarritz Drive PHONE 6-1061 MIAMI BEACH HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS CALMAY NURSERY 3401 N. W. 46th Street PHONE 8-2581 TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES ACOLITE NEON SIGN CO. 19 N. W. South Rieer Drie PHONE 25334 MR. and MRS. H. L. GREENE and the CAPITOL DRESS SHOP 244 North Miami Avenue 100 Eait Fla.ler Street EXTEND BEST WISHES HAPPY NEW YEAR HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY FRIENDS JAMES HOTEL 302 S. Miami Amue BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR r Deigaard & Preston Builders, Inc. 264 Giralda Avenue PHONE 4-4014 CORAL GABLES SEASON'S BEST WISHES TO ALL DR. L. F. BLALOCK DENTIST CONGRESS BUILDING THE SEASONS BEST WISHES T BERNEY'S Service Station 1701 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 2-9632 NEW YEAR GREETINGS if MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY WM. J. BROWN H.yoold Bu.ldin, PHONE 3-7020 BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. SEYMOUR SATIN and daughter, MARY ELLEN To Our Patron* and Friends A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Palace Bowling Center 2101 N. Miami Av.nuo PHONE 28898 tha morning AWOL? "John Abreau bom i Cuba.permanenly r L 1,12 M United States a.n^g* 1 '* ent in the service't?S W ** immigration and X2 H Service, Tour Hon^tfffeJ examiner's even voice J^!** 'ce read i •Continued on ,£ + Best Wishes to All Our Friends for, HAPPY NEW YEAR JUNE DAIRY BEST CREAMERY BUTTER BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR CROWN DISTRIBUTORS 1334 N. Mi.mi Av.nu. p h OUR ^J BEST & SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY Nfc A. J. ULIAN CUSTOMBILT FURNITURE MFG. 100 N. E. 40th STREET CO.



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Ay SE pTEMBER 15, 1914 +JcnlsWurMfo g1 PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN rhe Case Of The 2 Jewish Signorinas By S/SGT. ARTHUR SLUTSKY Copyright, IM4, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. %  "^rTs^teT The following 'fi of to Italian Jewish 1^ ho haw decided to re P* th ir present existence rSmVpu.neers in Palestine IITSP" i,ioof that ne,lher I .lini nor the Germans sucfSSt SUM thc spir,t •' fcSlewrv This dispatch by KwS hich was written E. the Jewish Telegraphic ILc has been passed by mili|r censorship. Sit. Slutsky 1,1,1 be remembered for his inI"' t in B article of several CS.. %  A Jew,sh |GI in Italy"' ^ # j SOMEWHERE IN ITALY it wasn't easy to reconcile a disLn of the ringed life in a Paltoe colony with the stately efZ of that luxurious. Neopohtan L ud with its soft, crimson L BJ richly-carved, mahogany at and the large, brown and tan iW cushion-seats that were %  ..led about the room. It was even more difficult to be„e that the participants in a ID to leave soon for Palestine. at blonde, vivacious Alicia and brunette sister. Sara, with o my friend. Sergeant Jack iinon and I sat, sharing the elesurroundings of the family r^tue wonder it was a compositlon of stransc design! When vve had last seen the same young ladle*-, about two months previous, they were full of z-alous enthusiasm in describing "Bella Napoli" az it looked before the war. And it was with relish that they told us about the rich culture we could expect to find in northern Italy, Venice, Florence. Milan. Turin. "411 people say that Italy benns Irom Rome," Sara told us then, closing her eyes and smiting with a misty reflection written on her dark, Latin features This, clinging affection for Italy was no surprise to us at that lime: After all, they were natives of the country — members of a •Jewish-Italian family whose place on ltai.an soil had been planted more than 200 years ago. And they had been, for years, so closely identified with leadership in cultural circles, even Fascist civic rules did r,ot consider them candidates for a literal subjection of anti-Semitic legislation. T> ue, their brother was recalled from the Italian Air Force, where he was serving as a pilot, and Sara had to give up her singing lessons at the exclusive conservatory But they were allowed to conduct their MgC antique business with no intervfi tion: they continued to live ir comfort and they had many friends. With Fascist influences now past and a period of complete freedom in front of them, it was quite natural that Sara should lean back in her chair, that day, and muse "Bella Napoli, eh?" Today, however, a new fire seemed to glow in their eyes. A glint that had been sparked by a new force of conviction. Idealism, not realism was kindled in them. "We are glad you came today Alicia began. "In a few weeks Perhaps you would have to go to Palestine to visit us." "Palestine?" Jack and I countered in sharp unison. "Yes." Alicia continued. "Only NEW YEAR GREETINGS MR. and MRS. JOSEPH R. STEIN AND FAMILY HAPPY NEW YEAR REISMAN Wholesale Butchers y DR. and MRS. Z. /. SABSHIN Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. JOSEPH ROSE \hiti4 Their Best Wishes for the New Year to all their |MwU and the Friends of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation A HAPPY NEW YEAR l ii Immaculate Cleaners MR. and MRS. MAX SINGER and SON BILL Collins Avenue PHONE 5-2453 RABBI AND MRS. S. M. MACHTEI AND FAMILY Extend to all Jewry BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASON'S GREETINGS for G—HEALTH O—HAPPINESS O—AND D—HEARING From Mr. and Mrs. A.W.ALIBEY of RAIDOEAR HEARING AIDS 90S Congre.. Building RABBI AND MRS. LASARUS LEHRER Extend to all Jewry and particularly the member! of B'NAI ZION CONGREGATION, of Key We.t. Florida SINCERE WISHES FOR A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR N E W YEAR GREETINGS UNITED KOSHER MARKET ,S *N.W. Fifth Sir..t p HONE 3-2270 (jf RABBI SAMUEL HALEVI BARON Extend to all Jewry, and particularly the officer, and member. of Temple Emanu-EI. rt. Lauderdale and it. Si.terhood, • incere and heartfelt wi.he. for A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR y RABBI AND MRS. LEON KRONISH AND FAMILY With for the Member, and Officer, of Beth Sholom Center, it. Si.terhood and Jewry at Large A HAPPY NEW YEAR MONK 5-NIS I'.l' ihl I sl'lt IU.TY HARRISON'S GARAGE I i.i..i. -,.I,I..I On I'.i ii h and in T MCII'.M i BODY, rsNDcaa and rAureora I cirs and BEAT tOVF.RS ItS N. K. MM STKl I T Irving & Ruth Firtel Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR RABBI AND MRS. IRVING LEHRMAN AND FAMILY MIAMI BEACH Extend Be.t Wi.he. for A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR to the Oficer., Director, and Member, of the Miami Beach Jewi.h Center and all it. affiliated organization, and to all Jewry. RABBI AND MRS. MOSES MESCHELOFF Daughter, Renah Rahel and Son. Efrom Zev wi.h for all Jewry and particularly the member, and officer, of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR RABBI AND MRS. SIMON APRIL AND FAMILY Wi.h for all Jewry, and particularly the member, and wor.hipe*. of MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG, and SCHAAREI ZEDEK TALMUD TORAH A HAPPY NEW YEAR RABBI AND MRS. JACOB H. KAPLAN Extend to all Jewry and particularly the member, of TEMPLE ISRAEL SINCERE WISHES FOR A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR iji RABBI AND MRS. MAX SHAPIRO DAUGHTER AND SON Wi.h for all Jewry, and particularly the member, and officer, of Beth David Congregation, A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR a few persons from Italy will be permitted to go. But we have managed to be among those selected." Jack and I looked at one another, then at the girls. The faces of both bore the same proud and resolute expression. "They're not kidding either," (Continued on Page 38) III LT. AND MRS. COLMAN A. ZWITMAN AND FAMILY Extend to all Jewry SINCERE WISHES FOR A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR m Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Green Wish to the Rabbi, the Congregation and Friends of the MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. A HAPPY NEW YEAR ijl RABBI JACOB TARSHISH Extend, to all Jewry and member, of Temple I.rael wi.he. for A HAPPY NEW YEAR tJJ CANTOR AND MRS. EMANUEL BARKAN AND FAMILY extend be.t wi.he. for a Happy and Pro.perou. New Year to the Board of Director, of the Miami Beach Jewi.h Center, their families, the member., and to all Jewry. CANTOR AND MRS. ABRAHAM FRIEDMAN extend to all Jewry, and particularly the officer, and member, of Beth David Congregation, .incere and heartfelt wi.he* for A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR RABBI and MRS. AVIGDOR GOLDEN and FAMILY 1 Extend Their Best Wishes for a HAPPY. HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR to the Jewish Community of Miami and Miami Beach in particular, and to the House of Israel generally. Mr. & Mrs. George Rachlin and Uau.htrr. KIIIKLI'Y ANN and the National Cleaners raOTO 2-S059 Extend Beat Wishes for A niR NEW VKAB A HAPPY NEW YEAR WALSH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS SCIENCE Telephones: 1-MM — 3-8I.S Professional Wdr. Miami. Fla. Tel.: 3-1144 — 1211 Linda Boad Miami Beach. Fla. •• E. Las Olas Bird. Ft Laaderdale. Fla. Aercdlted Br AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF lint.1i.mitL COLLEGES HAPPY NEW YEAR WILLIS W. HALL (Orer thirty year, in Miami) Regi.tered Real E.tate Broker HOMES SALES BUSINESSES INVESMENTS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT NOTARY PUBLIC PROGAGATOR OF THE HALL AVOCADO 700 S. W. 2nd Arenue PHONE 9-2994 CANTOR and MRS. MAURICE MAMCHES TAMRA ELAINE, WILLIAM and VALERIE Wish for the Members and Officers of Beth Jacob Congregation and Jewry at Large A HAPPY NEW YEAR ii! CANTOR JULIUS ROSENSTEIN wishes for all Jewry and particularly the members and worshipers of CONG. OHEV SHALOM Orlando, Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Season's Greetings y? ERNEST FULD Manager Calumet Building MIAMI, FLORIDA THE SISTERHOOD of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center It! SEND GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR TO ALL OF ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS MRS. ISIDOR NEWMAN, President GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ALLAPATTAH HOME & AUTO SUPPLY 1790 N. W. 36th Street Phone 3-7826 •: •



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PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT fe*fe//fci • Uiltu^AYjEPTEMBffl || The Case Of The Two Jewish Signorinas •.Continued from Page 37) Jack said. 'But it beats me — remember the way they got so excited about their place in Italy's future, and all that, the last time we were here?*' In a few minutes our rapid-fire burst of queries was helping to un fold the story of the great change that had taken place: At a local gathering they had met a few soldiers from a Palestinian transport unit Visits to their home by the Palestinians had followed. A Friday evening spent witnessing the weekly Subbath social program sponsored by the Palestinian company, at their headquarters, had revealed a brand of idealism they had never seen. Emotions besan to be touched at sources they never realized existed before. Up to this time yearning for an uninhibitrj opportunity to study, to travel, to sing, to enjoy life in a native land Now it was not merely a matte: of personal ease. Theirs now be-1 came the call to belong not merely to a country, but to a people a."; weil Not merely to a land, but to iliclr land. oara removed a book from a ne-nby shelf. Handing it to me she said. "We hope to speak a little Kf brew when we get there.' It was a Hebrew n rammer. "A few of the boys are teaching us the language." Alicia added. "But where will you go? Have you any relatives in Palestine?" I asked. "No. we have no relations only addresses of people wbo are | known by our Palestinian friends." Sara answered. "How will you live? What will you do?" Jack inquired. Alicia laughed aloud. "We will become members of a Kibbutz Work on the land — plant and dig and harvest — like the rest." "But what do you know about agriculture? Have you ever planted or dug or harvested before? w demanded. "No," replied Alicia. "I have only known how lo teach sclwol and Sara has only known the career of merchandising. But thati does not matter. One comes to | Palestine to forget the past and to think only of the future." Do you think it is sensible." I kegan jokingly, to leave your iamily. your comforts and yojr triends. and to begin life all over again in a strange country?" It was a challenging query. When Sara answered, her voice contained a not so emphatic it bordered on anger. We do not think of our decision as a hardship or difficulty," she said. "If you consider only your comfort, and the next person a'so shares the same point of view and so on, who will assume the 1 csponsibility that faces us? Ami wliat is our sacrifice compared with the sufferings of the so many wbo look to Palestine as an eventnil place of refuge? They are depending on the efitrts ot a few more fortunate than nemselvcs to help provide a place ivhcie they can regain their selficspeci and live in freedom." As Sara stopped to regain ner oreatli, Alicia took up the cr>"Almost all that Palestine has today has come from the hanis of persons who have known luxury in the past, and who have placed careen of art and professional r r.r'ea\ci aside In order to .tar 1 life anew. "Its industries have sprung up where there were only stones not GREETINGS SURGICAL SUPPLY CO. 25 N. E. Second ATW PHONE 3 6683 TRUSSES — BELTS ELASTIC STOCKINGS SEASON'S GREETINGS To All Our lewttfe Patrons American Pharmacy. Inc. 744 N. E. 2nd Ave.. Ph. 3-4665 Marshall's Drug Store 653 V W. 62nd St., Ph. 7-1202 NEW YEAR GREETINCS THE BOAT RESTAURANT lh -..,, Thai Inn CM* 1* s<> 39 N. E. Pint Acnu. PHONE 32517 We Wish Our Friend, and Cuatomeri Abundant Happiness %  nd Prosperity Throufh the New Year GRAHAM Automobile Service 221 N. E. 10th Street PHONE 3-6097 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR To All My Many Friends and Patron* LE LIAN KRUM BEAUTY SALON 216 Seybold Building PHONE 3-4141 SEASON'S GREETINGS ACE RUG CLEANERS 53 S. W. S. River Drive PHONE 91155 Charron Williams Commercial College Special Night School CUim Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6:30 to 9:00 P. M. Sixth Floor Po.lal Building PHONE 3 4*59 Mary Williams, B.C.S. Dir. American Terrazio and Tile Co. CRAFTSMEN IN TERRAZZO 1915 N. W. Miami Court Miami, Florida PHONE 9-2112 L. TOFFOL1 NEW YEAR GREETINGS CORAL GABLES GARAGE 132 Giralda Avenue PHONE 4-2424 SEASONS GREETINGS ELSASSER'S SERVICE STATION 7791 BUcayne Boulevard PHONE 7 9296 W Wi.h to Extend NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Many Frienda GUARANTY TITLE & AISTRACT CORP. M West Flagler Street HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS MIDTOWN HOTEL 1565 WEST AVENIE MIAMI BEACH HAPPY NEW YEAR STANTON HOTEL 161 Ocean Drive CLINTON HOTEL 825 Washington Avenue LEVY & VICTOR Miami Beach, Florida GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Ace Bag & Metal Co. 1112 N. W. 6th Avenue TO ALL—TUB SEASON'S BEST WISHES SKYWAY RESTAURANT Is Known for Delicious Food at Popular Prices SANDWICHES, BEER AND SOFT DRINKS It is Our Pleasure to Serve War Workers and Service Men. 4157 N. W. 36th Street Mr. and Mrs. E. W. HANFORD Proprietors o lung ago. 1U orchards and forms and troves can be seen, now. where only worthless sand extended a short while before. "Where there was only waste and primitive values for many, .rany years there is now a civilized pattern of government, vitality and industry. "All these," she concluded soberly, "came about because people have been willing to make sacrifices" I listened, touched by the sin i ority and determination that as plainly theirs. As I deliberated, I turned and 19* looked out thi 0ll g h th. window-doors that 22>N w.ll on my righT^'^ 'owed the harbo, %  .£"* curved toward Mount vlS *1 then it turned in Z 0 ^! iU8 ^ rection to where the h.^* ched eastward. arbor ** "Out beyond that harbor out. somewhere, i lh nnl"~ **• "ttle spe,* of taS* 5 soon these two ^ll take up ^ It was an UuDiriiu *~u "They'll do R ,iS,^ ;hinking,.c 0 ura g ehU e ^ BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Lewin's Grocery & Meat Marker 1163 N.W. 4ih ltr~i Phon. 3-1381 GREETINGS for a HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI SOAP COM PA N Y 27th Street. Hialeab PHONE 8-2155 DONOVAN'S TA P ROOM 350 N. W. 8tk Ai WISHES ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs I. L, Mintzer AND FAMILY WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR EAST COAST FISHERIES, INC WEST FLAGLER STREET AT THE BRIDGE EXTENDS TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR AMERICAN BREWING CO. DRINK REGAL BEER Prince of Golden Beers MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 3-2191 THOUSANDS ARE SWITCHING TO BREWERY FRESH REGAL A MOST HAPPY VEW LEAR MIAMI MATTRESS MANUFACTURING CO. PHONE 2-74 €• N. w. 13th Street TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Nolan Brown Motors, Inc. 2030 Bi.cayne Boulevard PHONE 3-5361 MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY... SOUTHERN TWIN-PACK BREAD AND 'Jf HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS Exchange Hotel 141 N. E. 3rd Ayenu. BETTER-MADE CAKE SEYBOLD BAKING COMPANY The RABBI, OFFICERS and DIRECTORS of the Miami Beach Jewish Center in heartfelt and grateful appreciation of the splendid and generous support given us by our friends during the past year extend BEST WISHES to all the members of our community, their families and all Israel for a HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR which will see the end of strife and the establishment ot JUSTICE and PEACE for all mankind BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAH TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS American Bask Building PHONE 3 Of 44



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}AY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1944 + k*lsl-norMton PAGE THIRTY-NINE From the Twelve-Month Record of Rescue I OUTSTANDING JEWISH BOOKS B y MARVIN LOWENTIIAI. Scene* like these, recorded on J.D.C-sponsorcd voyages, were repeated many limes during llie year on vessels carrying refugees to safety in Palestine and the Americas. The aged refugee on the upper left gaze* shoreward and towards freedom as he nears the United States. The refugee youngsters on the lower left dance the horah on their Palestine-bound vessel. Above, refugees en route to Canada sun themselves on the deck of their ship. Since the last New Year holiday the J.D.C has enabled 10,000 refugees to reach safely, w,.., upf ,r hi, m>* mUv ••• 0 o VaetM (Editor's Note. The following address by Marvin Lowenthal. noted author, was delivered over Radio Station WHN under the auspices of the Jewish Book Council of America, SponsorCoordinator: National Jewish Welfare Board, 145 East 32nd Street. New York 16. N. Y. Jewish Book Month will be observed from November 10th to December 10th, 1944.) From the many excellent books on Jewish themes that have appeared in the past year or so. I have selected four for a rapidfire discussion. I have chosen these four not merely because of their merits but because, between them, they cover a wide range of interest and information. To becin with—I should recommend to anyone who wishes to know the Jewish people from the inside, the six hundred pages of fascination and human appeal to be found in an anthology called Memoirs of My People Through a Thousand Years, arranged and translated by Leo Schwarz. This is a compilation taken from autobiographies written by Jews during the last ten centuries. Biography—and above all. autobiography—is glorified gossip. We can overhear men and worr/ n who made that thing we call history talking about themselves and their friends—and their enemies. In the book of Leo Schwarz we can step right inside the skin of Ahimaaz. a Jew who lived in south Italy a thousand years ago—and hear what he has to say. in his own words, about himself and his world. Thus—from century to century and from many corners of the world—sixty men and women open their minds and heart* to us. The book is a vast human comedy—or human drama—written by the actors themselves. Another way of entering the inner life of a people is to read the novelists who truly express their spirit and character. Everyone agrees that the best exponent of Jewish folk life as it existed in Eastern Europe almost up to the first World War was Sholom Aleichem—a combination, to use a rough and inaccurate comparison—of Dickens and Mark Twain. He wasn't Dickens, he wasn't Mark Twain—he was himself. Sholem Aleichem; and the folk life he immortalized in his short stories, that of the East European Jew, had its own particular salt and flavor and tang—a sad. delicious, homely, witty tang that. I may add, represented one of the richest strains in the endless riches of human nature. That flavor and that gay and sorrowful and fantastic life has now been (Continued on Page 401 To All We Say, "A Most Happy New Year n and Mrs. I-ouis Adler and Family I Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler I Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR lr. and Mrs. David Adlerblun and Daughter fish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barnett Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR | Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Apple and Family | Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Mrs. Irving R. Applebaum and Family W.sh All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apt* >d Seas Marvin and Stuart I Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Benjamin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blank and Family 321 Di Lido Island Miami Beach Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bodenstein and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Bronslon and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Berger and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR ~Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernard and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. Jay Braunstein and Son, Jonathan Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Noel Bring Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bromberg and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR nd Mrs. Oscar Argintar and Family | w ish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR >d Mrs. Samuel Aronariti and Family | Wl "> All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR %  k and Mrs. Jack August nd Family | w n AH Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Irvin* Bernstein WiFh All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bernstein and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. William N. Beraen, Mrs. R. Melinson and Mrs. E. Mink Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR B M, %  Mrs. .i.,-,eph Babad and Family %  All Their Relatives and Friends -l^^YNEW YEAR Wd Mr Samuel Badanes .,,. nd D "thter W,sh AU Their Relatives and Friends -Ll^j^NEW YEAR H Mrs. Raymond I. Bain [... „ an l Family Wuh All Their ReULve, tnd A SAPPY NFW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Blerman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. David Brooks and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Miss Ruth Brotman Wishes All Her Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. David Brown and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. L. Block 143 S. W. 7th Street Wish All Their Miami Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR __ Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberc and Datubter Charlotte Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blumiand Family Wish All Then Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs Morris Bear and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker and Son Wish Ali Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr and Mrs. Benjamin M. Bloom and Family Wish Al' Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Broad Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abe Cantor and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ben Chernlgoff and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. William Clein Wish AU Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Cohan and Son, Sandy Kaplan Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cohen Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Frank Corel Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Courshon and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris L. Cowen and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Georre A. Diamond Son and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Diamond and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Drewich Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. Drucker and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Dubbia and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelson and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Dave Emmer and Son Philip' Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Eisenberg and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elklu and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Enfield and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dan Kngelberg Wishes All His Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenasi and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Estroff and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR •



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PAGE FORTY *JeN isti noridlton Outstanding Jewish Books (Continued from Page 39) .. destroyed by the Nazis—forever. It will survive only in such books as those of Sholem Aleichem. For the English reader—who cannot enjoy this world in the original Yiddish. Maurice Samuel has written a descriptive account, often using Sholem Aleichem's own words—that will enable any one of us to get the feel, the joy. the sorrow, the very essence of this murdered and vanished Jewish folk life. Samuels book is called The World of Sholem Aleiehem: it is written with humor and love, that is. in the very spirit of Sholem Aleichem himself. In its 350 pages you can learn and appreciate more about the traditional folk life of the Jews than in scores of learned histories and sociological studies—and you will chuckle over or sigh over—but in any case—enjoy every moment you give to this book. Most Jews in America are the children of the men and women who lived in ?hi ^^^ world. But the A^ A*** *n altogether *„„"* it American l ife ^ '? %  % %  as it itselfX oh^ ^ three centurieX.^^ ,C o-t'nued,„ t ; t e r e Jh.V To All We Say, "A Most Happy New Year Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinberg Geralyn and Jan Harvey Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and .Mrs. Paul J. Gerstman and Family Wish All Their Relative, and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Feit Mr. and Mrs. Max and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Grrstrin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. John Feller and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Moe Fenster and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr and Mrs. Ii Gillinan and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Getsug Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR -Mr. and Mr-. Louis Glassrr an-l II.HI hiiiWish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Isadore Goldstein Wishes All His Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. David Goldstein and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and .Mrs. Benjamin Kaplan Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R. Kaplan Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Fink Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Margaret C. Glut Wishes All Per Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR .Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Golin and Mrs. (elia Javin Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr and Mrs. Harry Gordon and Son. Jimmy Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. Kaufman 1382 N. W. 62nd St.. Miami Extend New Year Wishes To Al' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kerstein and Daughter Gloria Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR %  %  nd BURm^ ,.u and Famil, ^ "W All Their ffi^ Friends AHAPPY NEW fUi Mr. Leon u5^"1 W.shes All His R3£ Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Theodore D. FireStone and Daughter, Barbara Ann Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank an'l Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR .Mr and Mrs. *be S. Goldman .862 S. W 6th Street Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abe Frankrl and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Mayer II. Frankrl. Daughter Natalie and Son Marvin Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. (harles Goldstein and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Fmanuel Gordon and Family Wl h All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knobel and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz and Daughter Joy Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. (harles Greenfield and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jo^T^T lr and Family Wish All Then Relativ Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr %  ndMrs.gg.u^ and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Sophie Levitt Wishes All Her Relative ud Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. (ieo. (ioldberg and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and .Mrs. A. K. i Happy) Freilich 43* S. W. 15th Avenue Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isadore (ioldbrrg Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jaek Goldstei.i and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR H Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker 410 N. W. 18th Avenue Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Moses Krieger and Family Wisli All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Halperin Wish Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Lt. and Mrs. Samuel Franzblau and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Sam Goldstein and .mills Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. |.. j. n art Wishes All Her Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretsky and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby Betty Arlene. Sam.Jr., Chester J | Wish All Their Relatives and' Friends A^HAPPY NEW YEAR •Mr. and Mrs. Jacob~Lune~ 844 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beirk Wish All Our Neighbor!, Relatival and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles Friedman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Feuer Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Fine and Mrs Isador and Son Louis Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Bernard Frishburg Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR • apt. and Mrs. M. G. Furman an' Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Louis Gadon Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. (lift Gordon and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Henry and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld and Family Wish All -T Tieir Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Lutskj and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ely Lenn and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Joe Kirsrhbaum Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR George K. Gottlieb and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green berg and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. L. Gross berg and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Yetta Grier. Daughter, and Lt Maars Perles. Overseas Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gershon, and Polly Gershon Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwrrg and Sons Tides Hotel Extend Best Wishes for the New Years To One and All of Then Friends Mrs. Muriel Hlrsch Ocean Surf Hotel Wishes All Her Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Joe and Merle Kolbcr Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leibowiu and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR .Mr. and Mrs. Rubin LCTUI and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N. Hal pert Family, and Son Stanton Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Hankoff and Family Wish All T.ieir Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kotkin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Koven and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis LCTIDSM and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr and Mrs. Fred link* and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR M Mr. and Mrs. A. Kirschenbaum and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR I Extends Best Wishes For A Most Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Relatives Mr. and Mrs. Saul Grief Dr. and Mrs. George Gerson and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. \\ Imberman and Family Wteh All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NFJW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. t s. Jamison and Family Wish '1 Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Kaufman and Son Sgt. Marvin Wish All Their Relative!, and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Donald LaVigne and Son and Daughters Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Murray Maschler Extends Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Mey| Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mil* 1428 S. W. 1st Street Wish All Their Relatives ana Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Milltf If Mr. and Mrs. Sam and Family Wish All Their Relatives an Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR_ Of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR -Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Laibson and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. | s |dor Langner and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max 3 and Family Wish All Their Relatives** Friend! A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. John M and Family Formerly of ££% W.sh All Their Relatives* Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR



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DAY SEPTEMBER 15. 1944 ytnding Jewish BOOKS | (Conli „aed from P.re 40) hpr While a number of 1 .!< and a few autobiogifSoS themselves^ with Jewish life in the United States, no one great master has put this life lmperishably on paper. But a book appeared last year which does give us an accurate account of at least the externals, the outer skin, of American Jewry, it is called The American Jew: A Cotn+JewMFhr/dbt) PAGE FORTY-ONE" T posite Picture; and it is edited by Oscar Janowsky. Prom it you can learn the varieties of Jewish religious and social life in America; how the American Jews are organized—and disorganized; you can learn the numbers and occupations of our Jewish citizens. their different views on life, religion and politics; and you can read, fn brief, the story of the participation of the Jews in American history and culture throughout its entire course. Incidentally, the first Jewish settlement in the United States was here in New York City, when a boatload of Jews landed in our harbor in 1654; next to the Dutch they were the first European ?roup to settle in the city. No one—it seems to me—who is interested in the Jews of America (Continued on Pate 45) o All We Say, "A Most Happy New Year'' ^rT^anley C. Myers %  '• ,nd Family Bish AH Their Relatives and Friends HAPP Y NEW Y EAR ish All Their Relatives and Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR ""MTTJOT Mechlow WlS hes All His Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosenblitt and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. \w*ito** M,,,er and Family fish AH Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEWY EAR [^sT Wallace N. Maer and Family Bish AH Their Relatives and Friends L HAPPY NEW YEAR_ ir. and Mrs Louis Miller 1572 Meridian Avenue Suh All Their Relatives and Friends [ HAPPY NEW YEAR and Mrs. I. Rosengarten and Son, Eddie Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sater Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Rosenstein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPP V NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Rothberc and Son Martin Paul and Daughter Klaine Sara Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. P. Sokaloff 1898 S. W. 4th Avenue Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Saul Spector and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Srhindler and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mi. and Mrs. Philip Steir %  and Family 531 15th Street Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Tobin and Wayne Tobin Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Marilyn and Samuel Tunica Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR w N Mrs. Philip A. Neuwirth and Daughters Ifish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Ethel Kothlein Sons, Robert and Harold, of the Army and Malvin. of the Navy Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Mrs. Harry Oliphant and Son Ifish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Ida Optner and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR lb and Mrs. A. I. Orlansky fish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR P | Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pallot and Family liih All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper and Family lsh All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and .Mrs. Harry Schwartz and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR I.t. Col. and Mrs. Elry Stone Wisli All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro and the Boys Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin and Family 410 45th Street Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kabin and Family Wish All Their Relativesand Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ray vis and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Reisman a-.i Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR I nd Mrs. Morris Pepper and Family All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richter and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. .lean Seitlin Her Son. Emanuel and Daughter, Shirley Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoenburg and Family 2528 S. W. 10th Street Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. Weiss 639 West Avenue, Miami Bearh Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sehrager and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seidcrman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Paul Weitzman Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. D. Werthcimer Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Selevan and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shapoff and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Ml nd Mrs. Nathan Prittker and Family Jtish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Rev. and Mrs. Eara Raphael and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR •* Max Rappaport nd Family | W8h AU Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR %  •"! Mrs. Sam Reinhard and Family fcjj*! AWW*. Miami Beach paUlheir Relatives and Friends ^APPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Schechter and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaff and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Milton Slrkin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Willner and Son Arthur Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Simon Wolfe Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Siskind and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shopiro and Family 212 Ocean Drive Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR • Mrs. Philip Romer ^ nd Child phAUThcirlMaUvesand Friends LH^PY NEW YEAR %  w* Mrs. Harry Rose I*i4h All*"' Fami, >' I n Their Relatives and „. fiends 4 HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. ChaTTeTRos^aTtTn and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR ^"—f^SsTj^pVlVsenthal and Family 1502 N. E. 1st Avenue Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. M MM*• iE* 2420 Flamingo Drive Miami Beach Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver 984 S. W. 4th Street Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW Y EAR "l^^lilrsTp^eTlnTeTmlir and Daughter Miriam Patricia Wish All Their Relatives and Friends "A HAPPY NEW YEAR. Mr. Harry Simonhoff Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr and Mrs. D. Singer 1786 S. W. 10th Street Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR TMTT W D. (Bill) SI"*" Mi. and Mrs. w. '• and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. Specktor and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Sterling and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph II. Syman and Family W ish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Rev. and Mrs. Nathan Wroobcl and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wepman and Sons, Dennis and Warren Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat L. Williams and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. nd Mrs. Nat Zalka and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeients Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zuckernick and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR



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PAGE FORTY-TWO -JmlstncrAMBn ROSH HOSHANA PRAYER By DAVID SCHWARTZ Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agenry, Inc. Going to the Synagogue t'uRosh Hoshana morning, a stran.:e thought came to me. What if 1 were called upon to stand up oefore '.lie whole Congregation md oliei the Congregational prayer. !t WM nonsense of course. I said to myseif. The Rabbi would do 't.e praying or the Cantor. I. a lav.-nan woulu not be called upon. Yet. 1. remembered too that the procedure* >l Synagogue are democratic Any layman in Judism may "a nl up before the whole congregation and lead in the praying. Some!i>w the thought would not dowi what would 1 say if I were ailed upon io make this prayer? Well i thought to myaell >< %  m-; ai untheologlcally tutored per tOTi I would not be presump'i ni<> I wniila speak simply. Ood I would say. you know me j fOl al I am There is no ute | D lin. on And God I am jo'ne ipeai to you plainly too i tin noi going to be formal. We JBTS tnicte-1 it love God — od ow h}* on' speaks to MM ;r. ( iif lov It times of e %  **r• : -.,-.. '5od iu remember -ieb I... i) -T Bcrdichev. Yo J HAPPY NEW YEAR V TROPICAL SODA SHOP 912 N. E. First Avenue I a \ll \ Most Happy New Vcar •r GOOD FOOD SHOP ".irST GOOD FOOD" < harles Wiederhorn. Prop. I0*J5* Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS PATRICIA HOTEL 312 S. E. 2nd Avenue TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR I! Carrib Novelty Co. Imported and Domestic Novelties Congress Building THOOT. sen* I All — A Moot Happr NEW YEAR JOE'S STONE CRAB RESTAURANT Steaks Chops Chicken &H Blseayne St.. Phone 5-9Z11 NEW YEAR GREETINGS KINSMAN LANDSCAPE CO. Isle of Normandy Phone 6-1677 MIAMI BEACH In Our Many Friends St Patrons We Extend Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR Lou and Helen Fried CAUSEWAY INN 41 N. E. 13th Street '..id no better friend on eari i. :. d. tl r.n tl'ut tainted rab'i •.' >u rc-rrmbcr 11 w lie used to t.i K .io %  he UoOd 'oc even chide 'M i n % %  .-.•• [on anci I bet. KM <, liked it. Vou knew v was •in.mie. you v> ew it was sin • .c ~,o.i I am i ol !•( t" tie the I iOe locos oi that pious rabbi. ) l I want io u^* U you In the si.ue homi -iik'; .-..\ he c.id. God. we arc Bearing vietoiv ana entering the year when we mall lusi have the zachtit of eaUftP Hltleitaachen You know how much pleasure we get from estUig ihmentaachen. but it is no h iaa Uke the pleasure we will r,I front • ali.ig Hitlertaschen. But you too will gel pleaj ie .icm it Lor.i Every time we iat o; e we will have to say an additional benediction. We will ha/e to gay each time another "hauvizi lechem min he-aretn." "Blesie I • it thOU, O Lord Our God. who as brought lorth bread from the ailh" God. teach us tins secret whU h ,xc so dearly need to know oi Hinging forth bread from the • ith Out of the dark earth, llion m-ngst forth bread and all 'lie thing* of life. Teach us. O God. hi ii ret to bring forth good OH* of I i O God. there is so n..-.i uarxiiess! Thou takest the very chmn oi I e i arth to make soil for fragrant ll)\. is. Thou knowest how to l. tee the '-uina of disintegrating iifu> iniU forth new and vigoi .\s i twths. O tk)d. look down and see ir.'.nuns of the world which evil Hihave brought about See whole nations enslaved and pitlager 1 see in wltat ruins thy people. Israel, are. God. look down on Warsaw and Vilno! T'ey were full of people. Gpd. Who loved you. who every day as thev bound the phylacteries aiMut irHJlr arm repeated. "I will betroth thee to me." Every day like a 'over thoj approached you as a orld.-proom his bride. Yet. see. God. the ruins of WarThat All Our Friends and Patrons May Enjoy A HAPPY NEW YEAR IS THE SINCERE WISH OF AUGUST BROTHERS BAKERY 361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2 2792 PRODUCERS OF THE FINEST RYE. VIENNA. WHOLE WHEAT. PUMPERNICKEL ROLLS AND BREAD OF QUALITY URMEY HOTEL "In the Heart of Downtown Miami" OPEN THE YEAR ROUND EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR T 34 S. E. Second Avenue Phone 2-5147 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR THE Miami Cold Coast Distributors (Wholesale Only) 401 N. W. FIRST COURT Distributor! For GOLD COAST PREMIUM BEER TELEPHONE 2-3218 The RABBI, OFFICERS and DIRECTORS of Beth David Congregation "MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION" EXTEND THEIR MEMBERS. FRIENDS and FELLOW WORSHIPERS a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year won naw rur? To All Our Friend* and Patron* A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR JERRY & MACK RADIATOR REPAIRS 2029 N. W. 2nd Arena. =2^^*5*3 my and Vilna ofTT*" Odessa. 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DAY, gEPTEMBER 15, 1M* l**stfk**tlan NEW YEAR MESSAGE THE YEAR OF LIBERATION [ By ARCHIE H. CREENBERG V.tional Commander, Jewish War Veterans of U. S. Lh %  Americans and as Jews. Until victory, those alive had ttt the New Year with hapnothing left but hope-hope of % our hearts and thanks Uberation. To them, the United voices With our heroic Nations triumph is nothing short winning the victories that of a new lease on life, a second lb le liberation from the birth. 5 Nazi tyianny, the liberty Thus, the New Year is a happy mule of the world enter occasion,—a happy occasion that of freedom and carries with it added responsibilities for the Jews of the United people of new era irricv. ,_ k"T1 iV ,c oews OI ">e United i lew's on the occasion of the States, the strongest Jewish cornyear Hi's liberation has munity in the world. We must and the implications, the free Jews o Great Britain democracies of the world, ,ns a f' aI repudiation of hlK concept of Nazi racism; tons the triumph of democovei dictatorship. And Jews, with 'heir historic tranot seek to evade our destiny we f the United must Join together in all our leping WUII '" -~— —— that glorifies the dignt'.y m and the sanctity of the tidual know more poignantly 1 most people the virtues of Idemocratic way of life. i the Jews of Germany, I Hungary. France and t Nazi conquered countries I ire still ahve. the victorious 1 ; of liberation offer a reMore than three millions hews of Europe have been Hitered by the merciless Nazis. the In A Mont Happy New Year \GLER FOTOSHOP Identification and Visa |riclure* While You Wait Cameras Binoculars | hrtnitl Novell* Photo* !M East Flagler Street PHONE 9-1143 |MW YEAR GREETINGS /EBER, THOMPSON & LEFCOURT ACCOUNTANTS and AUDITORS 8H0RELANU ARCADE PHONE 3-6393 SEASON'S GREETINGS ill |ACME SUPPLY CO. SHEET METAL AND |!00FrNG CONTRACTORS 1M N. E. 6th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA ALEXANDER'S SHOE REPAIRING ptRAl CLEANING CO. T lour Patronage Always Appreciated lN 'E 1st *„ p|, on e 3.3032 J lin Tomaras, Prop. SEASONS GREETINGS ROGER'S We Station "2-9686 500 S. Miami Ae. %  ^motive Repairs and T Meter Service •'"ami 36. Florida •*EW VE AR GRKETING8 WALTER A. FREDRICH'S MARKET %  *W. 2nd Street %  ONE 7-2377 fc*^ Greeting." ***m T. mumm WILSON I 4 iff EXP *RIENCE 1 'hone 5-3WJ and the Jewish way of life. Both at home and abroad We must accept the challenge of our jffij aXed eVen th U8h ma *> added responsibilities, greater In !n ati e n "" hl8her "SSS! ui joy of liberation, we must not 'orget the toil of reconstruction To this task the Jewish War Veterans of the United States dedicates itself. We are the orKaniaztion of, by and for the quarter of a million Jewish veterans of World War I and the half million Jewish servicemen of World War II. We are a militant organization-militantly American and militantly Jewish — because our members have fought and died for the principles of AmeriPAGE FORTY-THREE canism, the principles that guarantee our right to be Jews. We devoutly believe in our future as an organization of growing stature, but we sincerely seek unity and cooperation in Jewish life as is evidenced by our membership and participation in the councils of the American Jewish Conference and the National Community Relations Advisory Council. We are at one and the same time a symbol of Jewish patroitism and a living force for the defense of Jewish rights. It is in this spirit—in behalf of our membership of veterans of the first World War and our eighty thousand service members still in uniform—that we salute ijj MR. and MRS. BEN SERKIN and SONS WISH ALL THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. SIDNEY WASSERMAN AND FAMILY 2210 S. W. 17th STREET To Our Many Friends and Patrons Wa Wish A HAPPY NEW YEAR i FOR PROMPT SERVICE CALL A BLUE AND GRAY CAB RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT Call 2-4141 — 31 N. W. 8th Street Lowest Miami Rates SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SCHIFF'S MARKET MR. and MRS. J. SCHIFF 1600 Lanox Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5-3751 Mr. and Mn. Joseph J. Rawlion and Family and Mr. Mrs. David Schwartzman and Family of Rawlson & Co., Inc. DRAPERY SHOP 114 North Miami Avenue Wish all Their Customers a HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR E. B. TAIT ACCOUNTANT HO 12 N. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI the Year of Liberation, that we wish a Happy New Year to the people of Israel wherever they may live — in the United States, in Europe, in Palestine and elsewhere throughout the world. Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons East Coast Equipment Co., Inc. 1228 S. W. 1st Street Miami. Florida GREETINGS MR. AND MRS. J. WM. BAROS SEASONS GREETINGS MARION BUTLER REAL ESTATE 1616 ALTON ROAD PHONE 5-6409 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons Bake Rite Bakery, Inc. NOW OPEN 471 S. W. Eifhth Street PHONE 3-7923 E PALMER UNERALHOME AND CHAPEL Miami's One and Only Jewish Owned Funeral Home "A Friend in Need" 2008 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 9-2664 Ambulance Service GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Associated Artists 1122 Biscayne Boulevard THAT THE COMING YEAR MAY BE FULL OF HAPPINESS. JOY AND PROSPERITY FOR ALL JEWRY IS THE SINCERE WISH OF J. MARK WILCOX BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR The Fifth District Nurses' Association Nurses' Official Registry 701 OLYMPIA BUILDING .... 24-Hour Service ^ Your ln.pect.on Inv.t.d ELFIE SUTHERLAND. R. N., President MYRTLE S. GANNAWAY. R. N.. Secretary LUCY D. TREADWAY. R. N.. •*•£** 0NL Y !3BsaaB&iraaSj *** A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL E..1 Flagler Street Through to S. E. Firat Street "MIAMI'S LARGEST APPAREL STORE" MARKOWITZ BROS. EXTEND TO ALL OUR FRIENDS HAPPY NEW YEAR WE HOPE AND PRAY THAT THIS NEW YEAR WILL BRING COMPLETE VICTORY AND WILL INSURE TRUE DEMOCRACY POWER PIPING CONTRACTORS 329 W. Flagler Street Phone 3-3351 BEN MARKOWITZ NATHAN MARKOWITZ



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I PAGE FORTY-FOUR 9-Jenlsifkridinn Why 52 Foreigners Went To Town (Continued from Page 36' petition of the first of the fiftytwo. "Petition granted," fell Judge Miller's words, almost inauriibly A new American, in uniform air already bearing arms for his coun trj. was born Just by the Won likp "Let there be lisht and their was light." The scene was somewhat Biblical in the court room So'diers and their relatives sat liushed. tense, though every case was already decided favorably in advance Then poor Diego fell astecv and the inevitable happened, and the snoring resounded IhmURli the dignified court like an earthquake in the midst of a wed ding service. Judge Miller barel) ami Ire. barely touched the table witil his mallet, but every man within reach nudged Diego in the ribs at imperceptible intervals throughout the remainder of tinIons session, and his eyelids never again showed even a sign of j drooping during that time. "David Zagier. born in PolanJ In 1919. citizen of the Union of South Africa, resident in the' United States since 1940. at presj ent in the service of the United j States Army, recommended ..." "Petition granted," said Judgt Miller. Something pressed inside my throat. I could not see clear!) I lor a minute, but it seemed to me t:.at Judge Miller had a smile for Die when he said "petition grant ed." We took the oath of allcg lanee collectively in an impressive ceremony, but the pledge to thfl flag was not without a touch of mirth. The chief examiner had at Irat deleted the phrase "one na:<>:i indivisible." One never know with these Southerners, thought the new-born Yankee Zagler for IP may be a secessionist. We Americans ought to look Into it Rosh Hoshana Prayer 'Continued from Page •-' store to new life these ruins, and alas, as you look down yon ill} where are thy? So complete hathe Nazi destruction been A Russian writer Visiting Polpr.d (berated by the Russian armies. said that everywhere he had seeii •nen and women in tears, bt, he had seen no Jews in tears, lift were no Jews even to weep and the Nazis have made sure that the nuns of the millions of Jews \vh >m they murdered in their "death factories" shall not testify at.i.i j; them. The bones and flesh of the gray beard, of the pretty youru it'll whose thoughts were first Vin; stirred by love's sweet dream and of the young mother and the chJkl who suckled at her breast — ai • all indistinguishable in the ashes. Only a seed here and there haVd escaped But God. a seed is left. The foolish world judges th.ns-, jby size, but Thou. God. kno. thai there is nothing greater than i i tiny seed. Thou plainest a seed in the dark earth and it brlngeth forth bread — it brlngeth forth a great tree %  >I life. God. Israel, too. is but a seed among the nations. A seed >t righteousness, it Is for this that we are persecuted it is for tins that they have built death f irto lies for us. We are murdered lor Thee God. See how m every country the forces winch seek to thwart progress unite first In tneir hatred of the Jew. Israel is a seed SHRIBER'S BAIT & TACKLE SHOP 517 Wnl Avrnur PHONE 5-1923 of righteousness and the evil forces are afraid the seed will urow. God. that great rabbi of Israel, whom I mentioned before. Rtb Ischak Lelb of Berdlchev also lived in troublous times — In tie days of the dictator Naiwleon He was greatly moved by the sufferings of Israel in those days an-1 on Rosh Hoshana. you remember what he said to you? It was sort of impudent the way he spoke. He said to you, then. 'Oh Lord, on this day on which you write down the fate of brae] in a book for the coming year, if you write down a happy new year for Israel, then all well and good, but Lord, if you propose to !" >AY, SEPTEMBER 5 write otherwise T Lelb of Berdichev h b ** I to do it by ,," e n V o d0 forbid Z\ against wrLJ?* ^*S -, nd day s l 0whi -^.j| God, those are m„ too." e m ? ntiow Mrs. Freda Newm a „ Mr. Arnold Newman Mr. Edward T.Ne Wmjn | W h ,heir '* %  r*ij A HAPPY NEW Y EAR DELUXE LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANEK 341 N. W. 36th Street NERS WISHES ALL JEWRY A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ABE POLSTER Avondale Apartments 315 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 28830 SEASONS GREETINGS from V Welton Insurance Co. LANGFORD BUILDING FLORIDA APPLIANCE SERVICF 751 West FlaoW &f -. ,V DR. and MRS. M. B. MARKS AND FAMILY Wish All Tlirlr Friends BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR y BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREEN BROTHERS MERCHANDISE FOOD FACTORS 55 N. E. 24th Street I. W.—AL—LEON GREEN HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS MUSA ISLE INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th Avenue Alligator Wrestling. Alligator Farm, Museum. Wishing Well. Curio Shop Buses 15 and 19 or Yacht Semlnole Queen NEW YEAR GREETINGS JEAN'S CANDY SH0PPE For Tropical Fruit. Candies. Jellies and Marmtlad*. Made On Our Premises at 212 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida WE SHIP ANYWHERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE, Inc. "TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY* 301 N. W. 9th Avenue. Miami. Florida Phone 91711 NEW YEAR GREETINGS m SEYBOLD INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. Seybold Building PHONE 3-4751 •' tii HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS DON LANNING'S TAVERN 7800 Biseayne Boulevard $ DR. and MRS. BARNEY WEINKLE AND FAMILY Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS DIAL 3-2023 ROME MATTRESS & BOX SPRING CORP. PRETTY SOFT PRODUCTS 2027-2029 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florid ... GREETINGS. •• RING, MAHONY & ARNER CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS MIAMI OFFICES tmmm JACKSONVILLE MR. AND MRS. JACK PALLOT AND DAUGHTER SONYA BELLfc of the .iy PALLOT TIRE COMPANY 2246 N. E. Second Avenue WISH FOR ALL A VERY HAPPY NEWYE^



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. Y SEPTEMBER 15, 1944 ending 'Jewish Books irtt work I shall mention P j!th one of the burning El of o'uwar-torn world. IfSiUed Thr Forfotten Ally Ti^written by Pierre Van I 'V It presents, for the first Ra full story of the parr'tS! of Palestine Jewry in Bed Nations' war for free12story -sadly neglected or Vd aside by our press and frt'. book will Rive you the cornEJ background of Errands TAmericas promise to help ... a Jewish national home in Utine It tells of the heroic Valuable contribution Mdl I Z 600,000 Jews of Palestine tehalf of a United Nations' '^Finally, it will bring M to y u u,e in J ustlce the krtbreak, and the tragedy that l isue ifm accordance with !S„of -he White Paper by tbg British government in IMP, the gates of Palestine are closed to Jewish immigration after the war. Europe will be burdened with hundreds of thousands of homeless misery-stricken Jews Pew or no western nations are willing to change their immigration law?: and open their doors to them. Palestine alone, according to expert opinion, can accommodate a minimum of at least two million newcomers. That last and sole hope of the surviving Jews of Europe must not be shattered. The White Paper—Van Paassen convinces us—must be abolished. Indeed, if wishes were horses, beggars would ride—and Van Paassen's book would and should become a best-seller. > k i*liih,idtotr? PAGE FORTY FIVE R.,1 WUh" <> ur Many Fri.nd. nd Patron. [UBBY HOUSE 106 N. Miami Arenue 21 E. FUgUr Str.et C. Office. 16 N. E. 3rd AT.. PHONE 3-5257 SINCERE WISHES for a HJ PP \ and Prosperous NEW YEAR T S. H. KRESS & CO. 5-I-I5c STORE East Rafter Street MIAMI. FLORIDA MM !>l* MIAMI MONUMENT COMPANY Owned and Operated by |SIDNEY H. PALMER and I L UIS T. BERGERON EXTEND [P* YEAR GREETINGS Artistic ^•Hnctiv. Individual Memorials Created by M tr Craftsman Y w Loved Onaa' Memory Will Liva forever" | VISIT OUR SHOWROOMS 3278 S W. Itk Si^at p aone 4-5922 GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Exotic Gardens 2790 N. W. 17th Aienu. GREETINGS B EH NE PRINTING CO. 173 N. E. Fir.t Street MIAMI, FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS LINCOLN DEPARTMENT STORE 1448 N. W. 62nd STREET PHONE 7-9472 BEST WISHES TO ALL WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE SUN SALES AND SERVICE 264 N. E. 79lh Street Phone 7-4533 With Pleasure We Extend to Jewry Everywhsre AHAPPY NEW YEAR SECOND AVENUE POULTRY & EGG MARKET 2234 N. E. 2nd Avanua BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR $ MR. and MRS. GEORGE J. BERTMAN and FAMILY OUR SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY N EW YEAR in MIAMI MEDICAL CENTER 1861 N. W. South River Drive NEW YEAR GREETINGS Venetian Shortway Sedan Service 1133 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-3800 TO ALL — THE SEASONS BEST WISHES — MEET ME AT X E N I A ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT FOOD SERVED AT ITS BEST 2234 PARK AVENUE PHONE 5-960) SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 301 North West 29th Street TO ALL — A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HECTOR SUPPLY COMPANY LAWN AND GARDEN SUPPLIES FERTILIZER 235 South Miami Avenue Phone 2-0541 "More for Your Money' Sears, Roebuck and Co. BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT 13th STREET A COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS BELL BAKERIES SUPER SOFT BREAD 259 North West Fourth Street Miami, Florida TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR J. J. FARREY BUILDING INSPECTOR MIAMI BEACH yj An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes COMPLETE STERILIZATION BAY-BEE DI-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY 422 S. W. 22nd Avanua Phona 4-5515 SLACKS and SHIRTS HIGH CLASS — CUSTOM MADE TOM AND CHESTER BLASIAK TAILORS 14 N. E. 1st Avanua P^ona 3-7679 HAPPY NEW YEAR FLORIDA SALES CO., INC. 2221 N. W. First Court Phone 3-7633 NEW YEAR GREETINGS SEMINOLE BAR HIALEAH, FLORIDA TO ALL — SEASON'S BEST WISHES SECURITY ABSTRACT CO. RELIABLE DEPENDABLE 44 N. E. 1st Avenue Phona 2-0236 WE EXTEND SINCERE BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS DR. and MRS. AL GARDNER CHICAGO and MIAMI MAX'S DELICATESSEN and RESTAURANT 1131 WEST FLAGLER STREET EXTEND TO ALL PATRONS AND FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. LEON W. GARDNER and FAMILY and tha Atlantic Sundries & Soda Shop 1448 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Phona 5-9325



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HAUL FORTY-SIX +Jcnl§lneriaTinn j?5^EPTEMBER GOOD WILL IN ACTION It Happened in America By BERNARD POSTAL Director of B'nai B'rith Information Not withstandins some disturb-1 Palestine. Thus far over 33 turning evidences that wartime tenj ew ish heroes have UlUS been sions have exacerbated latent prejudices in the sphere of Intergroup rcaltions, it is a fact, as honored. In Philadelphia, the Erie Methodist Church held New Years was made plain in a recent report ve memorial services for a Jewish by Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, president of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, that inter faith good will in the United States has speeded up during the soldier missin;: in action. Thousands of non-Jewish servicemen who want to make an early Mass have been called in time by B'nai B'rith volunteers who man the war and "is far in advance of any B'nai B'rith Hospitality House in point reached in World Wai I." |Los Anceles. the world's largest Nowhere was good will in action ; t r !" no el {ov servicemen, one of more strikingly manifest than *e features of whlcn Is a time among the armed forces who clock through which servicemen know that one of the things they arr awakened at whatever hour] are fighting for is "the practice iev Indicate. of brotherhood.'' What started out To honor Lt. Sidney Brook-., of two years ago as a spontaneous I Cleveland, the first NCKIO pilot gesture on the part of isolated killed in the war. B'nai B'rith preJewish soldiers and sailors became rented an oil painting of the Negro ( virtually a worldwide movement'hero to a Negro community centhis year when Jewish men In tri During the past year. B'nai uniform came forward by the tens B'rith provided some 25 recreaof thousands to volunteer for spetlonal facilities for Nemo servicecial details, extra duties, and KP to release their Christian comrades for Christmas observances Thousands of Christian servicemen enjoyed Christmas furloughs when their Jewish comrades-inarms delayed furloughs and passes on Christmas. When Rosh Hoshana and Yom Kippur came around, the Christian servicemen returned the favor. On the home front, too the wai produced such examples Ol good will in action. In Los Angeles, the Plrst Congregational Church established an interfaith war shrine where families of all denominations and creeds honor then servicemen in thoughts and prayers. Every serviceman from Tippecanoe County in Indiana, regardless ol race or creed, is hem 1 memorialized by Mr and Mrs Beit Loeb by the planting ui a tree in ;men in various parts of the country. The Harlem Defense Recreation Council gave B'nai B'rith a special citation for this interracial good will In action. The first Pa.'-sover service to be held in Okmuli.ee. Oklahoma, took place in the First Methodist Church where 90 men in uniform observed I the Passover festival. Sweden's unprecedented gesture of arranging for the admittance of several thousand Jews from Denmark who sought sanctuary from Nazi tyranny, and the aid of the Danish government and people in rescuing these Jews, resulted in the establishment by B'nai B'rith of R*f UBee Board 13, bythe n am e'ofH a C hriStlill 'iO a H; %  '" Colorado VM""'"' 5 settle five Jewish'r,' Un ^ I on his fa,. m P !" h WuftS Mr. & Mrs Jules Pearlman and Mrs. Jessie L. Zucker Wish All Our Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR interfaith student fellowships at the Universities of Minnesota and Wisconsin in honor of the Kings of Sweden and Denmark. Shortly ul af ter the estab lishme nt of the W ar |$ioo to 'the £? f nt %  chejj Ugee Board. SEASON'S BEST WISHES ALLAPATTAH EXCLUSIVE DRY riFAkir. 8 HOUR SEVICE FOR DEFENSE WORKERS "Buy War Bonds" 1866 N. W. 36th Street D Phone 3-9U3 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL The Be.t Chop Suey in Town! Chicken Chow Mein T ORIENTAL GARDEN 272 Weil Fla ( ler Slre.t Open All Summer Best Wi.he. For A HAPPY NEW YEAR T SILBY CHEMICAL LABORATORIES 431 N. W. 3rd Arenue GREETINGS • ti T Wishing All Our Friends and Customers A HAPPY NEW YEAR UPTON HOUSE COOLER CORP. 242 S \V :.tli Street HAPPY NEW YEARS CREETINCS SOUTH SEAS HOTEL 1751 Collini Avenue Be.t Wi.he. For A HAPPY NEW YEAR HARRY L. BRESKIN Spaghetti Kitchen 219 Norlh Miami Avenue PALMER UNERALHOME AND CHAPEL Miami's One and Only Jewish Owned funeral Home "K Friend in Need" 3008 W. FLAGLER ST. 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.y SEPTE MBER 15, 1944 ^HAPPENED LAST YEAR (Refitw of the Yaar) ^t^tfhridliari PAGE FORTY-SEVEN Copyi'iR ht By MILTON BROWN 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, In C. „ t Bosh Hashonah there was w .~ .which American 0U ^Tom Samuel Chobrut to rtSwd with WWW "interjSe from Samuel Chnhr.,, Sent of the Jewish K^f Moscow. It said: "Over L. of the canonades. we S voices prophesying that 1 S near, v.ctory of good jLl of God's word over Sal michinat.ons. Brother Jews fefSS republic across the I^th ov we inform you that of' liberation is near. „, world has urown callous to £ but in tins case the canonPM Russia themselves soon out the same note I hope from R" ssia to boom as the Russian heir remarkable advances • advance of the Russian though lo be sure, not a ;.[ 1C 3lly Jewish thing was yet Ull f^ of the ,aSt yeaf t!l e Jewish standpoint as the general standpoint. The Ul.ll*-" \„.f,„P 111!' armies beman armies •blitz" before the go to make up Russia. Russian Jewry stood well at the top for the proportions of decorations it had received. It was revealed too that a very respectable number of Jews were serving as officers in the military forces. The list of Jewish generals was a very considerable one and one of them Lieutenant General Ivan D. Cherniakhovsky. whose White Russian Army was the first to cross Into German soil, was the most decorated officer in the Russian army, although only 36 years old. The Rosh Hashonah messase of last year sent by the head of the Moscow Jewish Community is worth noting for other reason besides Its prophecy of early liberation. The message in itself bespoke the fact that the chasm long separmio "••— — ns to end. outclassed all the tuns could show in the first of war. The year 5704 was m which darkest tragedy cov, the Jewish people, but the Bian advances, streaked the night as it were with rays bunt which foretold with cerLty the comim; dawn. be sure mmhty strokes were delivered by America and ish forces, but Prime Minister Crchill and other Allied leadhave themselves testified to fact that the chief burden of fighting had been borne by S Russians. bt was with some pride that fe the world over noted the imitant part Jews were playing in Russian fighting machine. A (of those decorated for valor or | significant contribution to ,ar effort showed many thousof Jews decorated. Among scores of nationalities which El. ? USS an Jewry from th issr. of n the wo,id w **" [Wed up. Perhaps the phrase in the message promising "victory" of God's word over Satan's machinations" is also worthy of some thought. Was God coming back to Russia? Were religion and Judaism to see a revival? One need not make mountains or small things prematurely, but Russia during the year as far as religion is concerned and as far as specific Jewish values are concerned, did show a trend back to pre-Soviet days. Thus, it was announced that the Soviet had established a special Bureau for Jewish Religions Affairs. Further, the long hostility between Russia and Palestine seemed to be undergoing a change. While there was nothing overt to indicate a change of attitude officially on the part of Russia, it was significant that Ivan Maisky. Assistant to M. Molotoff, the Vice Commissar of Foreign Affairs, had on a visit to Palestine, made it a point to specially interest himself in the Jewish development taking place there. The famous Lenin Library in Russia also had contacted Palestine to augment its Hebrew collection. Palestine Jewry itself had also evinced its deep sympathies with Russia. It had dispatched ambulances to Russia for the war and it was reported in the press than an exhibit of Palestine's development had been flown to Russia. The Gloomy Side Of The Picture In Liberated Cities Cheering as this might be. the advance of the Russian armies brought gloom also, as their liberating armies confirmed the fears 231 BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR LOUIS YOUR HAIRDRESSER Hl t o,n Area* No. 4 phone 2-1853 MIAMI, FLORIDA that Hitler had gone through with his extermination of Jews. In city after city, liberated by the Russian armies. Odessa. Minsk, Vilna. Lublin, scarce a Jew was to be found. One Russian writer, Vladimir Grossman, traveling through the liberated areas, wrote that he had seen many people In these places in tears, but no Jews in tears. There were no more Jews even to weep. Grimmer, sadder words could not have been penned. No Jews to weep. The destruction had been complete. 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PAGE FORTY-EIGHT +Jmis>lflcrkMrn P RIDAY^TElS ppp ,. 1M It Happened Last Year (Continued from Page 47armies came in. Some had fl I to join the partisans forces and so escaped, but those who had .stayed had been cleaned out to the last man—and the last woman —to the last graybeard and tlr last child. Confirmation of the mencless and wholesale slaughter of Jews in all Nazi-occupied regions came from a Christian body—the International Church Ecumenical Refugee Commission which reported that their reports showed that in only two of the German "death Camps" for Jews, a total of 1.71...000 Jews had been put to death In the same "gas chambers.' tens of thousands of Jews of Poland, of the Netherlands of Greece, of France, of Belgium and Germany, the old and the young men. women and babies, had been deliberately led to death. To be sure, the full horrors of these .slaughters are not yet revealed, but now and then there came inklings of the scenes that were enacted, of the thousands standing m line waiting for their turns in the gas chambers—of the victims sometimes given a piece of soap each to make them think the? were uoing to be bathed, inSti'.id o! killed. Other storie., came of the -deported" Jews first being WUtkeil to a point where they were of no more use before they were thrown into the mill of death There was no mercy and no pretense of mercy. Dr Robert Ley Minister of Labor in Germany wrote an article in Dr Goebbels paper titled. "Hitler's secret weapon.'' The secret weapon, he said. was anti-Semitism "Judah must die to save the world." said the article. That hate of the Jews was indeed the prime robot in the Nazi arsenal to put down the spirit of revolt amons the Germans themselves was plainly to be seen. Dav in—day out. long after there were no Jews in Germany and most of the Jews in the Nazi occupied countries had been murdered, this robot about the Jews being the cause of all evil was tossed out—to divert the people fiom the Nazis themselves Whenever the United Nations scored I some significant victory, the Ger-j I man tirade against the Jew; was intensified, the Nazis always falling back on the drug of hate as the secret weapon to bolster the falling morale of the Axis people. It was only toward the end of i lie year that Nazi leaders in Germany began to change their tunes j somewhat, as they saw defeat staring them in the face and felt the nceo of drumming UP some alibis foi the eventual day of accounting Then it was. that Sunderman. Irjr. Goebbels assistant deputy, in; a talk to foreign correspondents. attempted to put the blame for [ihc extermination of Jews on the i Labor organization. The Jews had simply been mobilized for war, labor, he explained, and 11 they died at this work, the labor departments must be held accountable Similarly the Nazis showed uneasiness by frequently digging up the mass graves, and destroying all remains of Jewish bodies, that the Nazi crimes might not be shown up. It seems clear that during the year the countries of Germany. Austria, and Holland have been made virtually "Juden-rein." | There may. to be sure, be left a 'few Jews. The Nazis sources themIselves say there are between 1,000 and 1.500 Jews in Vienna and about 5.000 in the remainder of Austria—and this may well be. Perhaps in Holland and even in Germany itself there may be a few hundred or a few thousand but scarcely more. The fate of the Jews in the Czech Protectorate has been probably as severe. Whatever Jews there remain in the Czech Protectorate are to be found in the There/.in concentration fortress. In Czecho-Slavia. apparently some Jews are still left In Jugoslavia, many thousands of Jews are fighting with the Partisans and Jews there seem to be playing a very significant part in the fightIns which has given the Nazis so many headaches. General Tito's army is reported to contain some .10.000 Jews. The Nazis had put on the I best manners in Denmark and even the Jews profited from that to TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HOTEL CHIMES 440 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-9170 some extent until the past year. Sweden resulted in k But at the beginning of last year, many Danish w.. ^ u ^t man r.m.w 1V. ^h (*j il,e Nazis real self displayed itself in Denmark also, with Intensive raids on Jews. The Nazi brutality was then shown up in full foulness, for here tiie Nazi brutality was totally without excuse, as the neighboring country of Sweden offered to take the Danish Jews off their hands. But the Nazi lust to kill the Jews could not be downed. 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l^^v ^ EMBEB 15. 1944 k^UsWear kmslifkikUam PAGE FORTY-NINE .Continue from Pag* > fr0O the Bntish-American during l"* >' ear piVOted J ,he conquests of Sicily. 1 leading to UM surrender of ThTliopwl for complete de. ll} • „f IPWS at the time was fe&SeS by the Ger^ ukn over northern Italy. B in U Rome and other cities of 'in occupied Portion wen ^ in many instances, but Lis la^ ,llPir handS n JSanber. Today, following 'U^ing of Rome, the Jewish IpaUtion estimated at some Vwhereas its pre-war Jewish Nation was around 12.000. liTItaly* Afncan neighbor L,h North Africa, which had Z taken from Vichy-German o^oi the preceding year, there some dismantlement over the Ration of the Cremieux deL by General Giraud decree. tar much protracted controL. the Cremioux Decree was LsUted in force by the newly ated French Committee for ktional Liberation. fof transcending interest from L Allied point of view was of irse the opening of the western loot in France. D-Day was markI by observance by Jews all over world. Jews gathered at the filling Wall in Jerusalem to pray. is gathered in humble synagoin Brooklyn to recite the and elderly pious Jews itched in procession through vmsville to mark the occasion. [American Jews were enthusiast1 over the fact that the first onght of boat? to reach the ich coast on D-Day was led [Lieutenant Conditti. a boy from wmsville and a Brooklyn boy, leant Halpcnn was among the first, if not the very first to actually land on French soil. The liberation of Prance had begun just when reports were reaching the country that many of the Vichy officials engaged in enforcing the anti-Jewish measures were being charged with appropriating to themselves confiscated property of French Jews. The Developments in Palestine In Palestine which had been liberated from the threat of the Nazis at the decisive battle of El Alamein during the proceding year, there was much agitation. Palestine soldiers were of course still fighting with the European armies and Palestine itself was a haven for many refugees. There was much inflation. Whereas the index of living costs in America was 125 in the middle of the year just passed, the index in Palestine was 350. Such a rise in the living costs constituted of course a terrific burden, but above this, Jews were agitated still more by the fact that the Palestine administration under High Commissioner Sir Harold MacMichael appeared unsympathetic to Jews and more than this, it was in March of this year that the White Paper, putting an end to all further Jewish immigration into Palestine and also forbidding the sale of land to Jews in Palestine, would go into force. The agitation against the White III Our Marn Jewish Friends luid Customer?.: May the New %  Tear Brine You Joy, Happiness |ut ProspfriU. REES MARSHALL CORAL GABLES INSURANCE CO. PHONE 4-012S !JI Ponrr dLeon Blvd. Paper took vocal form and among extremists—resort was had to violence. British police, assisted by Polish M.P.'s on the pretext of looking for deserters, from the Polish army but really with the intent of discovering arms in the possession of Jewish settlers raided the colony of Hulda and arrested a number of Jews. Jews asserted in defense that Hulda had been twice destroyed by Arabs and that situated in an Arab section, it would be foolhardy for the Jews of that colony not to equip themselves for defense. Believing that only force could evoke the respect for Jewish demands, extermist groups, members of the so called Stern gang, and another group known as Irgun Zoai Leumi, were responsible for resorts to violence. In one case, the precincts of the police stations in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa and even the Arab city of Jaffa were bombed. At another time, the British broadcasting station In Palestine was held up. Subsequently upon the announcement of the retirement of High Commissioner MacMichael, an attempt at his assassination was made. The l vlit Against The White Paper The fight against the White Paper spread to other parts of the world, where Jews were believed to exert some influence. A particularly strong fight was waged In America. The issue in America was complicated. There was much oil in Saudi-Arabia, a neighboring desert land to Palestine of a hundred times the area of Palestine itself. American companies had obtained concessions for this oil and moreover, the government itself was concerned about the need of oil. It was charged that SaudiArabia had made its oil concessions conditional on American opposition to a Jewish Homeland in Palestine. A representative of American companies interested in Arabian oil was one of those to appear before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, which debated a resolution expressing opposition to the White Paper.. The resolution nevertheless appeared to have smooth sailing but was finally defeated when General Marshall. Chief of Staff of the United States Army, appearing for the War Department gave (Continued on Page 50) • NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons LARRY MARKS & CO. 127 N. W. 2nd Street NEW YEAR GREETINGS BROWN'S GOOD GULF STATION 10 N. W. 36th Street BROWN'S SAFETY SERVICE 354 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 2-4602 To ALL A MOST HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR W. KEITH PHILLIPS SAM KATZ ALEX S. COHEN •f the Sun Life Assurance Co. •f Canada 218 ShoreUnd Arcade A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. LOUIS E. PALLGT AND FAMILY and the NORTON TIRE CO. INC. 500 WEST FLAGLEH. 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T PAGE FIFTY *Jen 1st fkrMkui It Happened Last Year (Continued from Page 49' it as the opinion of the War Department that the passage of the resolution at the time, would be prejudicial to the war effort. Zionists drew some comfort from the fact that shortly after, following a conference with Rabbis Wise and silver, representing the American Zionist Emcruency Council. President Roosevelt expressed himself as strongly opposed to the White Paper. More vigorous pro-Zionist sympathies were later voiced in the platforms of both major parties, Republican and Democratic, meeting in convention, which adopted planks opposing the White Paper restriction of Jewish immigration to Palestine and supporting the establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth. The Palestine issue created a crisis within the American Jewish Conference. the organization which it was hoped would embody j the collective will of all American Jewry as far as peace aims was concerned. This hoped for unanimity was frustrated when the: American Jewish Committee an-; nounced its decision to withdraw from the American Jewish Conference. The American Jewish Committee felt it could not support the demand for a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine nor could it agree to what it regarded was a subordination of other Jewish interests to the problem of the political structure of Palestine. The American Jewish Committee however declared its emphatic opposition to the White Paper, restricting Jewish immigration to Palestine and its head. Judge Proskauer conferred with the State Department to urge its view. in this respect on the American '.overnment. Problems of Belief and Rehabilitation The problem of relief and rehabilitation Of the War stricken areas loomed In importance with I the liberation of the first territories. The United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Adminls'**Lion, headed by former Governor Herbert H. Lehman of New York look charge of the over-all problem. It was recognized however that Jewish agencies would be required to cope with specific Jewish aspects. The United Jewish Appeal launched a campaign for $30,000.000 a fund vaster than iny previous one. to cope with the problem. The Joint Distribution Committee was quick to send its representatives abroad, particularly to North Africa and Italy to help in the rehabilitation of the Jewries of these communities American Jews were disturbed by an outbreak of anti-Jewish vandalism which found its targets in the desecration of Jewish synagogues and cemeteries, and in attacking Jewish children, su h nit breaks were repotted Ul the midwest and also in Boston and •nvirons as well as New York Oeneral report had u that the; outbreaks had something of an • inization behind It and th ire were those Who connected the Christian Front groups with the law breakin i In England, the Jews were reported as playing an active part, as far BS their numbers arc concerned. In the war effort. 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Corner 5th Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitx Mr. and Mrs. Al BerkowiW Mr. and Mr.. Abe Berkowit* Mildrad. Harold and DonW Berkowitx '. _.



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..y SEPTEMBER 15. 1944 *J?M>ncrlcMM7 ned Last Year Happe < (C onunued from Page 50) Lad* P" vaded th€ ntikB ^ %  •"fn was also the springCm which many of the to -save Hungarian Jewry d The occupation by NS," of Huiwray which for a "S itself a haven for rem, Z followed by application L usual pattern of Nazi anti' measures. The deporta%  rhich have always spelled L,tinn began. Foreign C £ to England applied Jw to this problem of saving Hungarian Jews and in Rome. Scan interceded as did the of Sweden. In Washington. Idcnt Roosevelt issued several ien ts warning the Hungarian unties that they would be held account if anything happened the Jews. w a time, the deportations tinued and Mr. Eden expressed ,bt of any hopes of saving but subsequently Admiral u ,y possibly influenced by the adents warning and also by npid advances of the Russian • announced that Hungary dd permit the exit of all Jewchildren and of all adults who visas for Palestine, i the midst of the fight on jan in Europe, the democratic jns were to perceive that the ious disease which we were ibatting in Europe had been planted in South America. [Bolivia, a Fascistic anti-Semitic it seized power. In Argenwhich had refused to coM with the United States in matter of fighting the Axis. Yiddish press for a time was jessed. Other anti-Jewish res followed, until finally Jewchildren in .some sections of country were secgregated from children in the public ils. was the vear 5704, a year shadows and lights—a year of and despair. Hope is the je of the Jew and as Jews we Kinue to hope and we have the ledge to buoy us In our hopes it last we are in sight of the ;; %  victory— the victory over team from the lower depths. But as the saying goes in Brooklyn"Wait until next year.Goody Rosen may yet prove his mettle and may yet become the Hero of Brooklyn. Now. lets turn to boxing. The Honor Roll of Boxing was studded with names of Jewish champions. Great ones and not so great ones.. For a time, the Lightweight Division was considered a "Jewish Monopoly." No need to mention here the names of all the "Second Benny Leonards," the promising Jewish fighters in the lighter division of Fistiana, who aspired to occupy the throne left vacant by Benny Leonard. There were a number of Jewish lightweight champions, Al Singer, Barney Ross, to mention but a few. There were other outstanding Jewish fighters, champions and contenders in the other divisions. However, this is all in the pasu There is no outstanding Jewish fighter today. Not One. But Jews do control and promote boxing. The outstanding promoters are Jews. Mike Jacobs, the head of the Twentieth Century Sporting Club of New York, is the foremost boxing promoter not only in New York, but in the world. Next is Herman Taylor of Philadelphia, who stages the bigger and better boxing shows in the city of Brotherly Love. Chubby Al Weill, who was one of the shrewdest prize fight managers and who piloted many fighters to championships, has branched out as a promoter in WashingPAGE FIFTY-ONE [lie Year In Sports 'Continued from Page 32) Brooklyn team. However, y's bat failed to extricate the ton. DC, and he has staged many great fights in the capital Larry Atkins of Cleveland, is the outstanding fight promoter


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PAGE FIFTY-TWO + k*isl rkrk/finr CANT ICUM CANT ICORUM (A Roth Hoshonah hort itorjr) By DAVID MORDECAL Copyright, L944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc. '•Molly. I want you to look at Morris sank back into this ad in the Jewish paper." dub chair he had inhabited for Morris Gordon handed his wife the past ten years of his evenin : the paper and waiu-d expectantl) life. He cast a dejected look at for her reaction. Hie paper that lay ai his feel. Molly Gordon, in spite of the Somedaj HI show .hat woman, fact that she was married to an "*0 is master. I 11 show her. all underweight, short-of-s latino rt *""' timid school teacher of elementary trades, was a buxom youn:4 wornThe heat in the crowded yn•n with a solid mind of her own. agoge was oppressive to Morris In fact, her husband often comGordon. It was time for the eveplained in his bolder moments Ding service on the first da] ol that she even tried to control his Rosh Hashonah. That part of the mind. service where the cantor usually "So. what if they want a cantor ^ ins liad a,livpd and thc con tn Russtown? What's it Rot to do negation was shifting uncomwith you. Huh 1 She looked de-ortably in then places waiting mandinjily at her husband, who for the cantor. had meanwhile risen excitedly A quarter of an hour passed from his seat. and still thc cantor did not show "But. dear, you know I have up. Some men. too hungry to wait been taking singins: lessons witn much longer, were leaving the Prof. Mantaroni. and I know all synagogue, willing to miss the the tunes of the cantors part BeMaariv service \l it meant a Ion:; aides, it's a patriotic duty. After wait. The stoutish president of the •ll. so many cantors have gone synagoge commit'"". Mr. Miller Off to war. somebody has to take called OUt nervously when the care of the home front and if I exodus was beginning to assume can be a cantorWell. I don't see mass proportions Please, laches why you think its silly.' mci gentlemen, please be patient, Molly fairly exploded with the cantor will be here any molaughter. "You. Morris Carusc ment. He has been delayed for a Gordon, better get back to markshort while. Please keep you: ing the brats's test-papers Ha. a , A "d whm he w alkM ^* fnagogue. holdmg h l***k firmly ail d even £? "*> J heard her say. "BV.^! ng. after all^^i IGCtRT HAPPY NEW YEAR That the com be one of great prosperity and happiness for all our Jewish Friends and Patrons DIXIE TIRE To 9F101 S.W. FIRST ST. PHONE 2-6133 ^ lfrf/W""" !" „ ///. /' ~ Mill /^ew Year GREETINGS To All Season's Best Wishes T TROPICAL LIQUORS AND WINE CO. 24 N. W. 7th Street Phone 3-7648 1944-5 5705 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Scott Motor Cr Salvage Co. 2320 N. W. 54th STREET PHONE 78-2702 May the coming year bring a ,1 speedy victory and be a year FULL OF HEALTH and HAPPINESS... Assets Over 10 Million IIAlMi FEMtJA p~*~J MIAMI „--%  ., NOITH IA1 ...' AV.MUI JOSEPH M. LIPTON. PRESIDENT -a******^ To All Our Friends and Patrons NEW YEAR WISHES T J. R. GETTY General Passenger Agent SEABOARD RAILWAY HAPPY NEW YEAR (£5/: 8Sft€$r WORTH A DIM! S. A. GOODWIN KIAl.TOR T Wi-hrs \ll His Krirub A HAPPY NEW YEAI WE BUY WASTE PAPEI' RAGS ALL TYPES T Florida Waste Paper and Salvage, Inc. 333 N. W. 22nd Lm PHONE 3-6159 NEW YEAR GREETING! •I' NORTH BAY BOAT CO. 471 N. E. 7lh Slrl PHONE 7-95M HAPPY NEW YEAI T PHIL DAVIS, Inc. CLOTHING 13* Ea.t Fl.ll" t** MIAMI. FLORIDA TO AI.I. OUR JEWISH ntlENDS WE EXTEND SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK The W.t Flagl.r Street Bank for the Individual Telephon 20521 SAVINGS $1.00 Optm an Account LOANS Saf Dopoiit Boxes Ai Low a* $3.00 Por Year DEPOSITS INSURED The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. WASHINGTON, D. C. m*/\f\ cennn FOR EACH DEPOSITOR $500" ^JOUUU MAXIMUM INSURANCE —


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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^m^7^-THE JEWISH U N I fTj
a/nt
THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 17-NUMBER 37
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1944
PRICE ONE DOLLAR
Greater Miami
Services for
High Holy Days
Greater Miami Jewry will i
lusher in the High Holy Days,
ihis week, beginning with serv- i
ices Sunday evening in all Mi- |
ami houses of worship. Solemn
[prayer will mark the observance
Ithis year, in behalf of the men
land women now on foreign soil
[fighting for the imminent vic-
[tory- Sermon topics of Greater
liliami spiritual leaders will cen-
ller around the present conflict
land the post-war world. A check
I of facilities available for the
[services shows that practically
[all seating has been disposed of.
Iwith the demand far exceeding
[available space. Arrangements
lhave been made to accomodate
Isemcemen in this area-
I Services announced through
iGreater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
Icialion are:
BETH DAVID CONGREGA-
TION Conservative, 135 N. W.
|3rd Ave Services Friday eve-
ping at 7:15, Saturday morning
M:30. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
Weak. Junior services will be
peld in the auditorium Monday
fnd Tuesday mornings from 10
o 12. These services will be
onducted by Donald Cohen.
iernard Dickson, Freddie Heine-
Jtan, David Jacobs and Charles
Kosenbiitt. David Jacobs will ad-
f^s the junior congregation.
Posn Hashonah services will be
P'd in the .-ynagogue Sunday
evening at 7 p. m. Cantor Abra-
Pam Friedman and choir will
Pnate. Rat,' M.,x Shapiro will
Nuss: -a New Year-a New
nii o.Monday and Tuesday
P<1 Shapiro's central theme
w discussion will be: "Out of
P\fiT$hs~Umo the Heights."
fcnuffiL BEACH JEWISH
EOMMUNITY CENTER. 1415
E Avei Conservative Con-
fe1'0"- Jriday evening Ka-
Ij I habbos 7:00 P- m. Satur-
th^rninB at 9:00 a- "> Rabbi
C3" wi" Preach on the
rtK|y Portion of the law. Can-
FEmanuel Barkan will chant
w service Shalosh Seudos will
flowed by evening service.
ndav "TUii- SeP^mber 17.
S cSt'P^'mber 18 and
?HI (2. hnPU-'mber 19- services
fog eld ln the evenings at
|t 8-qo and in tne mornings
abhitnt m' Monday morning
S u-rn lrman s New Year mes"
W'Ube: 'The Future Beck-
i lXiuosday morning, Rab-
wS^o ,wi on
Wei r ^ubtage." Cantor
r*K?lKkan and the Center
[cONrD i-K'li,,(' at a11 services.
koS \ AT1N BETH
Jve (w30 "3n Washington
pidav |"h"dox Congregation.
Y m" \ m R;K^aywmornin* at 8:00
fill dS' Mote> Mescheloff
kd" of", on "Where We
hoon s,.rvSh Seudos and af"
&,urd"y KCv at 7:0 P"1-
r* held ,,o ar services will
pi at ?UrTnday and Monday
f a. m il?day mornings at
"ununitv n,' .ftP**0** and
,tv ^Building. Rabbi
,See Column 5. This Page)
INTERNED JEWS RELEASED IN
ALL OF OCCUPIED FRANCE
Berne (WNS)In the liberat-
ed areas of France all the Jews
have been released from the in-
ternment camps in which they
were placed by the Germans and
the Vichy regime, it was official-
ly announced this week over the
Paris radio.
The Berlin radio this week an-
nounced that many Jews have
been killed in a series of anti-
Jewish demonstrations in the
Nazi-held areas of Rumania. The
broadcaster said that Horia Sima,
Rumanian anti-Semitic leader,
had threatened "a merciless fi.gnt
against the Bolshevik traitors
and Jews who engineered tne
deflection of Rumania from the
ranks of the Germans."
OVERSEAS HOLIDAY
MAIL
If the millions of Ameri-
can soldier* and sailors sta-
tioned overseas are to re-
ceived their gift packages
in time for the holidays,
these packages must be
mailed between September
15 and October 15prefer-
ably before the end of Sep-
tember.
Specially prepared con-
tainers for packaging your
gifts are available at store*
in every city.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE
PRESS DIVISION OFFICE
OF WAR INFORMATION
POLAND POPULATION BADLY
DECIMATED BY THE NAZIS
Lublin (WNS)So ruthlessly
have the Germans decimated the
Jewish population in Poland
that there are virtually no chil-
dren among the Jewish survivors
in the areas that have been liber-
ated.
Of the approximately 1,000
Jewish survivors in Lublin and
its adjacent areas there are only
ten children. Six of those were
rescued from the Maidenak ex-
termination camp where 1,000,-
000 Jews were slaughtered by all
sorts of inhuman and cruel de-
vices. Only one of the ten chil-
dren was born since the out-
break of the war. Since the oc-
cupation of Poland by the Nazis
no Jewish children were born.
Greater Miami
Services for
High Holy Days
(From Column 1, This Page)
Mescheloff will preach Monday
morning on: "A New Year." and
Tuesday morning on the theme:
"A New World." Cantor Maurice
Mamches will chant the liturgy
in the synagogue buildihg and*
Cantor Nathan Wroobel will
chant in the Community Build-
ing. Reverend Harry Halnern
and Reverend Samuel Guttman
will assist in the services. Jacob
Mazor and Ezra Raphael will
blow the traditional ram's horn
(shofar) during services in thi%
two buildings. Registration of
children for religious school
takes place week days from 4
to 8 p. m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION. 590 S. W.
I 17th Ave. Orthodox Congrega-
tion. Friday evening services at
7:15. Saturday morning at 9:00
a. m. Evening services Saturday
at ti:00. Shalosh Seudos will be
followed by Maariv. Daily serv-
ices at 8:30 a. m. Rosh Hashonah
services Sunday night at 7:00 p.
m. Monday morning services at
8:00 a. m. Rabbi Murray Grauer
will speak. Cantor Berele Kallon-
berg will chant. Mincha services
6:00 p. in. Tuesday morning
services at 8.00 a. m. Rabbi
Grauer will speak. Mincha serv-
ices at 6 p. m.
SCHAAREI ZEDEK TAL-
MUD TORAH, 1545 S. W. 3rd St.
(Cabalas Shabbos Friday evening
at 7:15 p. m. Saturday morning
services at 9:00 a. m. Rabbi Si-
mon April will address the junior
congregation. Rosh Hashonah
services Sunday night at 7:00 p.
m. Monday morning services at
8:00 a. m. Rabbi Simon April's
sermon will be, "Memory and
Meditation." Mincha services
6:00 p. m. Tuesday morning serv-
ices 8:00 a. m. Rabbi's sermon
will be "The Reward of Sacri-
fice." Mincha services at 6 p. m.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER.
Conservative, 761 41st St., Miami
Beach. Services are scheduled
for Friday evening at 7:15; Sat-
urday morning services will be
held at 9:30. Rabbi Leon Kronish
will conduct Sabbath services.
Rosh Hashonah services Sunday
evening, Sept. 17, 8:15 p. m. Ser-
mon topic: Welcome, 5705! Mon-
day morning Sept. 18, 8:30 a.m.
Sermon topic: The Destiny of
Man! Tuesday morning Sept. 19,
8:30 a.m. Sermon topic: The Jew-
ish Protest! Rabbi Leon Kronish
will preach at 10:15 a. m. Louis
Hayman will be the Cantor.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI.
Reform, 137 N. E. 19th St., Mi-
ami. Regular services, Friday
evening at 8:15. Rabbi Jacob Tar-
shish will conduct the services.
High Holy Day services 5705
1944: Rabbi Jacob Tarshish and
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will offici-
ate at all services. Rosh Hash-
onah eve, Sunday, Sept. 17, 8:15
p. m. Rabbi Tarshish will speak
on "The Dawn of a New Day."
New Year's day, Monday, Sept.
18, 10:00 a. m. Rabbi Tarshish
will speak on "The Jews' Great-
est Treasure."


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BIRTHS
Seaman and Mrs. Carl L. Feit
announced the birth of a son,
Michael Harry, on September 8.
The father came here for the oc-
casion from New London, Conn.,
where he is stationed on a sub-
marine as Motor Machinist 1/C.
Grandparents of the new-born
child are Mr. and Mrs. H. Salus
of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Krick of
Atlanta, Ga. this week announced
the birth of a son at Jackson
Memorial Hospital.
I. Tannen has returned to Mi-
ami Beach after spending five
weeks in New York and vicinity.
ENGAGEMENT
Arnold Newman left today for
a combined business and pleasure
visit to New York. While away
he will make arrangements for
the publication of a book con-
taining photos of contemporary
artists, which will display some
of his outstanding portraiture. He
will also discuss the possibility of
exhibits of his work in the Down-
town Art galleries in New York
and at the Philadelphia Museum
of Art.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Philip Wolf-
son, 5130 Alton road, announce
the betrothal of their daughter,
Phyllis, to Irving Singer. USA.
son of Mrs. I. Singer and the late-
Mr. Singer of New Orleans.
The couple met when both
were attending Louisiana State
university where he was gradu-
ated and now is attending the
medical center.
Miss Wolfson, member of a
pioneer family of Florida, was
graduated from Miami Beach
Senior high school.
ENGAGEMENT
WEDDINGS
Mr. and Mrs. George Chcrtkof
and son are leaving this week for
Columbia, S. C. to spend the holi-
days with Mrs. Chertkof's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Ginsberg,
former Miamians. They will re-
turn in about two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
daughter Judy and son Kennt-th
returned to the city after an ex-
tended vacation in the North.
Sam B. Miller returned last
week after vacationing in New
York.
R. R. Adler of Miami Beach, ac-
tive in communal work, is con-
valescing in New York following
an operation.
Robert Leon Kaplan, son of
Mrs. Sarah Kaplan, 721 N. W. 5th
Ave., will graduate from the
Georgetown University School of
Dentistry at the 45th commence-
ment exercises of the college
September 17 in Washington, D.
C. Mrs. Kaplan is leaving this
week to be present at the cere-
monies.
Miss Madeline Barr
Miss Rosalind Friedman just
returned after spending a brief
vacation at the Versailles Hotel
on Miami Beach.
A. Bramson is now home after
a two month's stay visiting rela-
tives and friends in the state of
Massachusetts.
Lt. E. Albert Pallot (s.g.). U. S.
Navy, is spending a furlough in
this city with his wife at their
home, 435 N. E. 26th Terrace. The
couple will leave for New York
Thursday, where Lt. Pallot will
report for duty at the Armed
Guard Center of Brooklyn Navy
Yard on September 16.
Captain Ben Jay Coleman, for-
merly of Miami Beach, visited his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Coleman.
of the Southwest section, this past
week. He left for Camp Barkeley,
Texas. Tuesday morning. En
route he will visit in Atlanta and
Columbus, Ga., his home town.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel
celebrated their twentieth wed-
ding anniversary by giving a din-
ner for their many friends at the
Atlantis Hotel on Wednesday
evening, September 13. Their son.'
Sidney, was not able to be pre-
sent as he is at the University of
North Carolina with the Navy'
V-12 unit.
Miss Leila Steinberg of Los An-
geles and Lt. Milton Rosenblatt
of Miami Beach were married
Sunday in Brooklyn, N. Y. The
bride is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Steinberg of Los
Angeles, and a graduate of the
University of Southern Cali-
fornia. Lt. Rosenblatt is a son of
Mrs. Rose Rosenblatt, 246 Jeffer-
son Ave., Miami Beach. He is a
graduate of DeWitt Clinton High
School. Bronx, and received his
AAF training at Kelly Field, San
Antonio and Maxwell FieMd. For
three months he was "missing in
action" in France. Lt. and Mrs.
Rosenblatt were childhood sweet-
hearts.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER l5,
1944
Carl Weinkle returned to the
city after a Northern trip. Mrs.
Weinkle accompanied him. and
stopped off in Atlanta for a short
visit before returning.
Mrs. H. Jay Braunstein. 1942
S. W. 17th Street, has as her
guest her sister, Mrs. I. E. Seal-
fon, of Columbus, Ohio, former-
ly of New York. Mrs. Seafon
is very prominent in the musi-
cal circle in Columbus singing
as soprano soloist in the Reform
Temple there.
Ester Regina Kline left last
week by plane for Mexico City.
She will visit on the Pacific coast
and the surrounding territory un-
til her return, October 15.
Mrs. Frank Rose and daughter,
Judith Sue, are back in town
after a month's vacation in Clay-
ton, Ga.
Mrs. Harold Tobin and son,
Wayne, have returned to Miami
Beach after spending the sum-
mer in the mountains of north-
ern Georgia.
A group of friends tendered
a surprise party to Mrs. Ida
BuckBtein last Thursday eve-
ning, on the occasion of her
birthday. Held at the home of
Mrs. William Clein, a group of
ladies comprising those associ-
ated closely with Mrs. Buckstein
in her activities as head of
Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah
Auxiliary presented the guest of
honor with a gift in recognition of
her years of service in communal |
endeavors. The ceremony of cut-
ting the cake was presided over
by Rabbi Simon April, who, in
addition to delivering appropri-
ate remarks, blessed the guest of
honor and wished her many years
of continuous activity.
Lt. Bernard M. Wall
Mr. and Mrs. James Barr, of
Rye. N. Y., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Miss
Madeleine Barr, to Lieutenant
(j. g.) Bernard M. Wall. U. S.
N. R.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Wall. 533 West 47th St.,
Miami Beach.
Miss Barr is a graduate of
Edgewood Park School and at-
tended the American Academy
of Dramatic Arts. Lieutenant
Wall was graduated from John
Hopkins University and is a P.
Lambda Phi. He has been on
active sea duty the last two
years.
Miss Bette Sir, after a seven
weeks' tour through New York
City, the Adirondocks and Bos-
ton, is home again resuming her
affiliation with the office of B. E.
Bronston, Realtor.
Mrs. Max Pepper, 2101 S. W.
17th St., has returned to Miami
after a two month's trip in the
North. She was joined in New
York City by her husband, Lt.
(s.g.) Max Pepper, USNR, who is
on leave from his post in San
Juan, Puerto, Rico, and the cou-
ple returned to this city together.
Dr. and Mrs. Sanel Beer of
Rivrrmont Park, 1389 N. W. 7th
St., returned last week from
spending the summer at their
colonial home in Norwich, Conn.
Among Miami visitors to their
Norwich house were Mme. Mana-
Zucca, Irwin Cassel, Mrs. Mar-
garet Sowers, Miss Anyuta Meli-
cov and Mrs. Melicov, and Dr.
Raymond Bring. Other visitors
of interest entertained by Dr.
and Mrs. Beer were Dr. Man-
fred Sakel of New York, discov-
erer of the insulin treatment for
insanity, Robert Zeller, promis-
ing young conductor and protege
of Koussevitzky, and Dr. and
Mrs. J. Pollari of New Jersey.
Miss Melicov gave an infqrmal
recital of Modern Russian Music
and Folk songs, for the enter-
tainment of Italian sailors on a
visiting submarine, in a nearby
port.
In celebration of their return
and also of Dr. Beer's birthday,
Mrs. Beer entertained on Sun-
day at her residence and swim-
ming pool at 1086 N. E. 91st St.,
Miami. Guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Silving, Kurt Breuer, Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Friedman of
New York.
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for a Felicitous and
Joyous New Year
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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rwiDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1944
PERSONALS
"5r.andM.Mo Schachter re-
turned ttom New York after a
^th's vacation spent visiting
Strs of their .mmed.ate
family.______
Holiday services will be held at
",., Abraham Congregation
cnndav evening, Monday, and
Tuesday, at 535 N. W. 5th Ave.
S H M. Kagan will be in
charge, and Rev. J. Hochberg
will chant the services.
Mr and Mrs. Louis Schoen-
burg,1334S.W 4th St.. will have
", their guest for the holidays
their son. Pfc Fred Schoenburg.
He will come here from Middle-
man Pa., where he is stationed
,t Olmsted Field as a Photog-
rapher with the AAF. He will
spend a fifteen-day furlough.
Master Jonathan Jay Braun-
ctein son of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Jay Braunstein. 1942 S. W. 17th
St will celebrate his tenth
birthday with a party on Satur-
day afternoon. The high light of
the afternoon will be a musicale
by children attending the party
most of whom are students of
the Miami Conservatory of
Music.
The Business and Professional
Women's Division, Miami Chap-
ter Hadassah is extending an in- i
vitation to all Wacs, Waves and |
Spars in this area and to all
business women to attend their
first meeting of the season on
Monday. Sept. 25, 8:15 at the Y.
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M. & W. HA 1 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Mrs. Milton Sirkin
senior advisor, will install the
kCZ< "{cf- Chaplain Saul
Kraft will be the speaker of the
evening. Refreshments will be
served. Miss Polly Gershon is
president of the B. & P. divi-
sion.
Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei
left yesterday morning by train
for a vacation in the North. They
will spend today through Tues-
day at Camp Lee, Va.. with their
son, Leo. leaving on Wednesday,
Sept. 20 for New York City. They
wiM visit relatives in the Great-
er New York area and will spend
the rest ol their vacation period
at an upper New York State re-
sort, returning to Miami on Oc-
tober 5th. .---------
Mrs. Bonny Sackheim and
daughter, Alice Ruth, of 1605
Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach,
spent the summer studying to-
gether at the University of Mich-
igan, where they both shared
the same room. In line with her
work as teacher in local private
schools and Sunday School
teacher at the Miami Beach
Community Center, Mrs. Sack-
heim concentrated on "Psycho-
logy of Child Development," and
"Modern Methods in School
Teaching."
m CALENDAR
Friday, September 15th:
Army-Navy Committee meet-
ing, Federation Office, 1002
Congress Bldg., 3 p. m.
Wf. Workmen's Circle Branch No.
02, regular membership meet-
ing, 8:30 p. m.; Hillel Advisory
Council, Federation Office 8
p. m.
Rabbi Simon Halevi Baron of
Temple Emanu-El located in
rort Lauderdale, will address
worshipers with a series of ser-
mons during the High Holy Days.
Services will take place at the
Temple, 1801 South Andrews
Ave., beginning Sundav. Sep-
tember 17, at 8 p. m., and Mon-
day at 10 a. m. Friday evening
services Seotember 22 will be-
gin at 8 p. m.
Religious school registration
and opening will take place Sun-
day, September 24, at 10 a. m.
PRIZE-WINNING POEM TO BE
HEARD ON RADIO PROGRAM
The prize-winning poem, "Be-
hold the Jew" will be the basis of
a radio dramatization to be pre-
sented by the American Jewish
Committee over the nation-wide
network of the National Broad-
casting Company on Sunday,
September 17, from 2 to 2:30 p. m.
It will be carried locally over
station WIOD.
The poem, written by Ada
Jackson, has been the recipient
of two famed poetry awards. The
radio dramatization has been
written by Milton Geiger, well-
known script writer.
DR. W. H. ELLIS
1100 N. E. 1st Avenue
Miami. Fla. Phone 3-34S3
MR. and MRS.
A. P. GANNES
and Family
Extend New Year Greetings
to their many friends and
the Jewish Community of
Greater Miami
MILL END SHOP
29 N. E. 1st Street
WISH THEIR FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
..GREETINGS.
TAMIAMI
CYCLE CO.
1561 S. W. Eighth Street
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PALM
PHARMACY
DR. C. J. ERICSON
2200 N. W. 28th Street
PHONE 2-9356
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
HUGH S. LARRICK
420 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-2773
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UJ.
EQUIPMENT CO.
926 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-4872
Sincere New Year Greetings
to Our Many Friends and
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HARMON
COMPANY
142 N. W. 2ND STREET
PHONE 3-5777
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MAIN PARKING LOT
AND
MAIN U-DRIVE-IT
SERVICE
I BARBASH & SONS, INC.
1 N. E. lt St. Phone 2-8994
SEASONS GREETINGS
CAMEO PHARMACY
1443 Washington Avenue
Under New Ownership
and Management
LYON H. PISTRICH
PHONE 5-4433
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
EDITH & FRITZ
3236 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-5830
HAPPY NEW YEAR
COCKTALE BAR
114 S. E. 1st Street
MIAMI
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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BEACHCOMBERS
RESTAURANT
121 N. E. 1st Street
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
GIFFEN ROOFING
COMPANY
236 Aragon Avenue
Coral Gables
DR. and MRS.
ALFRED AUGUSTINE
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HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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1503 N. W. ltt Street
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700 N. W. 79th Street
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823S N. E. Second Ave.
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310 N. W. 9th Street
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53 N. E. 1st Street
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840 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
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Iji
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ls 1944
The Jewish Florididn
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P. O. Box 2973 __________________ Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
_________ FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor___________
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MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1944
ELUL 27, 5704
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 37
Face Facts

By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
Muciiy eonpdwtial
-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
The blasts of the Shofar this Rosh Hashonah will hold
greater significance to the Jews of the world this year than ever
before. For it may well be that this year the Shofarim will be
roaring out the victory of the United Nations, the triumph of the
spirit over the sword.
The Shofar will announce to us that the criminals who
perpetrated the ghastly tragedy of Lublinwhere a million and
a half men, women and children were deliberately put to death
are definitely done for.
The Shofar will tell us that the time has come for Germany
to pay for its crimes against the world and against the Jews
in particular.
Germany that sought to dominate the world, will soon lose
the privilege accorded the most insignificant of the powers '
that of governing herself.
"Revenge is mine, saith the Lord," the Bible tells us, warn-
ing us not to be vengeful.
Yes, vengeance is the Lord's. We need not avenge the
crimes of Germany. The crimes of Germany will wreak their
own vengeance on her. Germany as a great power is as def-
initely doomed as was Spain after the Inquisition.
Hitler thought he would exterminate the Jews, he would
stop the sound of the Shofar.
But listen to the sound of the Shofar! Never did it sound so
sweet. Never did it sound so clear.
Not for a long time have its tones so clearly uttered to the
worldA Happy New Year.
For the words "Nazism has been defeated" spell "A
Happy New Year."
it
Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
99
HAPPY NEW YEAR: The1
coming'year will impose upon'
Jewish organizations in this'
country greater responsibilities'
then they have ever assumed!
- The economic rehabilitation I
of Jews in liberated Europe will
tax the Joint Distribution Com-;
mittee and other organizations'
to the maximum of their work-
ing capacity While American
Jewish political organizations
will be kept busy securing the
complete restoration of Jewish
rights and property in the coun-
tries where Jews lost them .
Already Jewish groups are ne-
gotiating with the State Depart-
ment for permission to send dele-
gations to liberated Poland. Ru-
mania and other countries. .
At the same time, Zionist lead-
ers here expect the New Year
to bring the realization of their
demand for the establishment of
a Jewish State in Palestine
(CONTINUEO ON PAGE 5.
In another column of this
paper you will find Rosh Hash-
ona greetings from mean ex-
pression for happiness during
the coming year. But also would
I mark this coming yeara year
of remembrance.
What Jew can read of the gris-
ly horror of Lublin and rest
while those who have perpetrat-
ed this madness yet remain to
plan another Lublin tomorrow.
Read an eye witness acount
and I think you'll sec whau 1
mean.
"This is a place that must be
seen to be believed. I have been
present at numerous atrocity in-
vestigations in the Soviet Union,
but never have I been confront-
ed with such complete evidence,
clearly establishing every al-
legation made by those investi-
gating the crimes ... I am now
prepared to believe any story of
German atrocities, no matter how
savage, cruel and depraved.
"The prisoners were guarded
by tommy-gunners, who ordered
them to alight from the truck
and undress. The woman refused
and this enraged Mussfeld (who
had charge of the crematorium)
who beat her Mussfeld then
directed two attendants to grab
the woman and bind her arms
and legs. They then threw her
on an iron stretcher, still clothed
and pushed her body into the
oven.
"The average man's capacity
for atrocity stories is like a cat's:
he vomits up what he can't swal-
low. The Nazi knows this, of
course; and he knows especially
the sentimental streak in Ameri-
cans that makes us especially
difficult subjects for atrocity
stories. That is one thing, no
doubt, that has encouraged the
Nazis. And another thing is the
notorious short memories we
have for things that happen to
others.
"One of the things that has
always impressed me is the
scientific spirit with which the
Nazis have approached the fine
art of murder. Gas chambers
and crematoriums and tilting
wagons to pour out the bodies.
Warehouses for the sorting and
salvaging of the victims' prop-
erty. The sale of ashes to rela-
tive. $500 up. The business of
giving the victims hot showers
before subjecting them to the
gas, because the heat opens the
pores and permits the gas to
fake effect more efficiently.
"Yes, I know; these things are
hard to believe. It was hard to
believe that the son of a $5 a
week customs official on the
Austrian border would, in the
course of time, plunge the whole
world into war. A lot of things
are hard to believe. That doesn't
make it any less necessary to
believe them.
"Outside his apartment. Ad-
ministrator Mussfeld had a flow-
L'SHONAH TOVAH
The curtain rises on 5705 A,Irow and Cross" and Rnh*
The past year was the darkest ert Pjg Tfe Terhove? ft
page m the book of Jewish Me k books, just out L
... It witnessed the destruction 1*,.^ interesting novels
, i.jj- *.,...*. ~* !... Nazism as their main them,,
ltzs volume isa nKR
. Howard Fast's best*
n1, Jreedom Road," m*
Broadway offering soon
ixwell Anderson is said t
rking on its dramatization
55*S* AW by Dr Jos.
ish men. women and
whose only crime was
of hundredTof thousands 5f Jaw-1 {*"{" f *heir mam ThemeWi,h
i.h .nn women and eh : ?. volume is a masterpiec
sest-sellj,,
I. may t
soon .
working on its dramatization0 **
A committee headori h,7?;
children ?. U,U is a masterpiece
whose only crime was the Jew- i ,^ard Fast's best-sellin,
ish blood in their veins nov*'- 7*>in Road," may b
European fcwta Prostrate, ^"jdway ottering soon'
reduced to one fifth of its form-
er size The economic posi-
tion of the survivors has been
obliterated The new year
must bring better tidings, now
that Hitler's defeat is inevitable
I and will be complete within a
few months What do we
wish our Jewish leadership for
the coming year? Unity, and
determination to fight for Jew-
ish rights uncompromisingly and
fearlessly The war has
demonstrated that we cannot do
Don't miss Albert Malta s
id
n
IV
1:
li-
te
rr
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i
hau.BlochV"chier0f te*iiS
Division of the New York rw
Library, will select the ,weS
five best Jewish books of
year The selection will h
some surprising inclusions
T IicchLt- il is reported"toi
ordered the destruction o
plates of some of his earlv
novels, to prevent their repubh
cation Since one of those
business with Fascism and that novck- A Jt>w in Love," has be-
come a sort of textbook of anti-
Semitism in this country J.
agree with Ben that the idea is
good, if belated. u
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Did you know that the idea of
our salvation lies with an anti-
Fascist democratic world of to-
morrowa world such as out-
lined by Roosevelt, Churchill and
Stalin at Tehrean.
HERE AND THERE .
In case you overlooked it: I the Army-Navy -E" award" to
Homer Maertz, who at the Ger-1 ar industr'es. originally just a
ald-K.-Smith-for-President con-1 Wavy award, is the brainchild of
vention introduced the resolu-! ")e Navy s Captain Lewis L
tion to sterilize Jews, is the very i f l.rausJ; civilian life Cap-
same Mr. Maertz who was the tain..btrauf.'s a, banker and
leader of the Dearborn Crusad- President of New York s Congre-
ers and the Chicago Silver Sh| ts *atlon Emanu-El ... This isn't
. We are interested to learn as "relevant as it sounds, for he
that Jewish parochial schools are! confesses that the coveted award
increasing in numbers through-!'s basfd on.tnc *ood old Sunday
out the United States This School gold star principle
development reflects the grow- Congatulations to Walter Haul-
ing tide of anti-Semitism and of z,- yun ^["K^//0 Vlcmia-
Jewish opposition to religious i^-|ttJ[*5?^S tfcJ!*4 Town.
lease time in public schools .
Now it has been revealed that
the Nazis ransacked Heinrich
Heine's casket and threw it on
the rubbish heap And the
street named after Heine had its
Endowment Series Award for
young musicians Walter is
a pianist Hollywood produc-
er B. P. Schulberg is planning a
business trip to Madridnot be-
cause of any abandonment of
Franco's fight against democracy,
appellation changed to the mon- rr?nfc "8 dgamsi acmoency,
iker of some Nazi bigwig M>Ut because of LI Caudillos ces-
De Gaulle has promised to re- nation of his fight against the
prom
store the tomb and the street.
LISTEN HERE .
Guess whom the grapevine has
in full command of the virtually
defunct Luftwaffe now? .
Why. none other than General
Erhard Milch, honorary Aryan by
grace of Adolf Hitlerwho may
be using him as a springboard
for the wail that it's the Jews
who are causing the current de-
feat of Germany by the Allies
. Which reminds us that Harry
Hershfield has sent a solemn
warning to the Fuehrer, to the
effect that the handwriting is
on the Wcstwall.
READER'S GUIDE .
The publication of the late
Professor Ismar Ellbogen's "A
Century of Jewish Life" by the j I.uu rreeaom. JESTS
Jewish Publication Society of Jewrv. will not comedurmg
America has aroused heated con- &*&** SJ^JWfiiM
trovers.es ... His chapter on For this **** ,*5
Jewish life in Soviet Russia is wait another three years, unu
full of misstatements. and 5708- ne ,nslsts %!
charges the Soviet Union with
pogroms which were instituted
by the enemies of the Bolshevik
regime These "facts" were
culled by Professor Ellbogen
from a Jewish year book .
Hollywood screen product
Although Eugene Ormandy. who
dropped his original patronymic
Blau, some decades ago, prefers
not to be known as a Jew, you
may be interested to now that
he has, at the request of General
Douglas MacArthur, accepted an
invitation to lead the Manila
Symphony Orchestradate not
specified Coming with the
new year 5705 is bandleader
Benny Goodman's tenth anni-
versary as a recognized "mas-
tero."
5705 .
The year 5705, our favorite
Cabalist tells us, will see the
triumph of legal authority over
the lawlessness that has been
trying to destroy the world, but
full freedom for persecuted
oivo, ne insists *'*. ji.i
not deter us from wishing ail w
our readers and all of our Bre-
thren a happy new year.
Rabbinical Association Urges
Stores to Close for Holidays
of
of all merchants of our faith
close their stores during
coming High Holy Days. W w
preciate the fact that the or
whelming majority of our
low Jews realizes the solem
of these days in.our own JJ
and the impression they
uoon even those not of our i
by closing their places ol w"
ss on these days. t0 our
Last year it was caUed^
their
ness on these days
ras i
attention that a few JeWW
inessmen failed to wg-k,-|
businesses on
er garden, which he fertilized i --------. ,. .
with the ashes of the dead from I The Rabbinical Association
the crematorium." I Greater Miami urgently requu
That was Lublin, friend. That
could have happened to you if
you or your forefathers had
missed the boat that carried you
to these shores. There can be
no rest, no joy for any of us
unless we all dedicate ourselves
during the coming year to the
end that we impinge a lasting
peace on a world where the
thing that was Lublin can never
be repeated.
And in your remembrance of
Lublin be aware! It can happen
here.
Every day I see among us
those who are blind or deaf or
just stupid. Why by their ac-
tions invite another Lublin here.
What of them? Can we sit by
and watch these dolts pipe a
dance of death for pigtailed
Susie or little Bill. Go out in the
garden, my friend, and look at
your own Susie and Bill. Then
think of the future, the heedless
and corrupt are building for
them.
Now I think you understand
why I mark the year 5705 a year
for remembrance. A bitter acidic
remembrance which will burn
away from the face of the world
the traces of Lublin and from
dur own faces the blemishes that
endanger us.
and Yom Kippur in.our
unity. We cannot but C0W*
ch a breach of Jewish Pf
It is our pica that these
of our faith realize g ,
faith calls for sacrifice, anci ^
sacrifice for our
sacriui-c i" .. ni the 0"
stand above the call .
lar. Our observance of o^.
ligion has brought us ^
tion from all men in ; jty
Let us not lose our own a
and the admiration of w
munity at this time in *
his-
t0We pray for a truly happy"'*
ibbini*
year for all-
Greater Miami Kac
Association,
Rabbi M. J"cgreury


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1944
Between You and Me
,CONTINUP WW 'AM 4)
ln Washington there is much
Ik now of the international
rusteeship which is being plan-
led for a Jewish Palestine It
understood that the British are
not at all keen at the possibility
f having Russia as one of l|ie
trustees Some Englishmen
nnint out that Russia was not a
member of the League of Na-
tions when the Palestine Man-
date was entrusted by the Lea-
gue to England Also that Rus-
sia when joining the League
later definitely stipulated that
she wanted to have nothing to
do with the mandated territories
Thus, it is argued, Russia is
not justified in participating in
the trusteeship over a Jewish
State in Palestine Such a
trusteeship, it is urged, should
be in the hands of Britain and
America only, since the former
holds the mandate over Pales-
tine, while the latter has always
taken an interest in Palestine
and no change can be made in
the mandate without its consent.
PERSONAL NOTES: The pos-
*Jewisi) f/ifif, tr
sibihty of Herbert Lehman^s re-
signation as director of the
UNRRA is being talked about
in Washington ... The former
Governor of New York seems
to be dissatisfied with the limit-
ations under which the UNRKA
is operating Secretary of the
Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr
may address a Jewish gathering
in Chicago this month When
Vice President Henry A. Wallace
was on his New England tour at
the end of last month, he inter-
rupted his trip in order to come
to Poland, Maine, to visit Ed-
mund I. Kaufmann, former pres-
ident of the Zionist Organization
of America The memoran-
dum submitted by the American
Jewish Committee to the State
Department asking that a United
Nations Commission be sent to
Majdanek. the Nazi "extermina-
tion camp" where a million Jews
were gassed, is lauded by no
other than Samuel Margoshes in
an article in the Jewish news-
paper The Day This is the
first time that Margoshes has
praised the American Jewish
Committee publicly The Na-
tional Office of the Avukah.
American Student Zionist Fed-
eration, asks me to state that
PAGE FIVE
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
AMERICAN HOTEL PLACEMENT SERVICE
Evelyn Nixon, Mot.
AMERICAN MEDICAL PLACEMENT SERVICE
Jean M. MacCafferty, Mgr.
SEYBOLD BLDG. Phone 9-1418
Seymour Melman, chairman of
the Council on Arab-Jewish Co-
operation, has not been in any
way connected with Avukah
since 1942 ... The Avukah pres-
mSnK ?umne,r A'Pert- informs
m.e ,th* Avukah is neither af-
filiated with nor supports the
Council on Arab-Jewish Coop-
S! a '.V Pe Pints out that
the Avukah has on several oc-
casions expressed itself in favor
of the establishment of a Jewish
Commonwealth in Palestine
Avukah's affiliation with the
Zionist Organization of America
dates back to 1925, he em-
phasizes.
LABOR RECORD: The role
which Jews played in the Amer-
ican labor movement in the
United States is ably depicted
by Louis Waldman in "Labor
Lawyer" just published by Dut-
ton The book throws lij>ht
on the activities of many Jewish
personalities in the labor unions
and on their participation in the
Socialist movement in this coun-
try Himself one of these
leaders, Mr. Waldman is well-
qualified to write on the inside
doings of labor and socialism .
Much of what he has to say is
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child ... He is a product of the
New York East Side where he
was associated with the Jewish
socialist movement during its
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than twenty-five years he has
been fighting in many fields of
social interest as a lawyer, a
member of the New York State
Assembly and of the American
Labor Party ... His book, an
autobiography, reflects all these
fights and the results achieved.
BEHIND THE SCENES: Now,
that the Jewish theatrical season
is opening in New York, it will
be interesting for many to know
that the average Jewish theatre
has about $1,000 a day expenses
when it plays There will be
nine Jewish theatres this season
in New York, one in Chicago
and one in Cleveland The
man who has the best financial
success last season in the Jewish
theatre was Maurice Schwartz
. Nevertheless, he decided not
to have any theatre this season
. His place will be taken by
Jacob Ben-Ami who, after a long
?
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THE HOUSE OF MURPHY
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took one of the largest theatres
on Second Avenue and will play
with the best ensemble the Jew-
ish stage has Molly Picon,
too, is returing this season to
the Jewish theatre after being
away from it for quite a while
. She will have her own thea-
tre, also on Second Avenue .
The soul of the Jewish theatrical
profession is the modest Reuben
Guskin, who has given so many
years of his life to protect the
interests of Jewish actors as the
manager of the Hebrew Actors
Union ... I was present at the
annual meeting this week of the
members of this union and was
greatly impressed by Guskin's
report ... It seems to me that
if not for Guskin's energetic ac-
tivities, the entire Jewish thea-
tre would have long ceased to
exist ... He is the person around
whom the entire Jewish thea-
trical life revolves And he
is very conscious of his responsi-
bilities both to the actors, whose
interests he protects, and to the
producers with whom he nego-
tiates ... He certainly succeeds
in surmounting difficulties which
no one else could face.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Margolis
and Family *
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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FOR A
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339 N. E. lit Avenue
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645 N. W. 2nd Ave.
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tf
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vjewisti HcrM/an
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER is
HOUSES OF WORSHIP WILL
BE OPEN ON VICTORY DAY
The Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami announces
that Thanksgiving and Prayer
Services will be held in all
the synagogues of Greater Mr
ami on Victory Day. the day
that peace is declared in Eu-
rope.
Synagogues will be open all
that day for prayer and com-
munion. Special services will
be held at 8 p. m. of Victory
Day in which the Rabbis will
speak, the Cantors will chant
and responsive prayers will be
recited.
Adults and children are
urged to attend these services.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Riesner
and family
31 W. Rivo Alto Drive
With Their Friends and Relatives; Jacob Religious School of Miami
NEW SEMESTER OPENS
BETH JACOB RELIGIOUS
SCHOOL LAST MONDAY
The new semester at the Beth
Jacob Religious School began on
Monday with a heavy registra-
tion marking the first week of
the new term.
Ben Rudtizky, an outstanding
pedagogue with many years of
Hebrew School teaching experi-
ence in the northern states, has
been added to the school faculty.
The Beth Jacob Religious
School, the first Hebrew School
in this area to establish, and the
only one to have, a five-day-a-
week curriculum, has now in-
creased its educational facilities
and increased its period of in-
struction to an hour and a half
a day in all its classes.
As a result of the increase in
numbers of days and hours of
religious school instruction and
its outstanding faculty, the Beth
BEACH CHILD PASSES AWAY
IN HOSPITAL WEDNESDAY
Marlene Barr, two year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Barr, 4400 Sheridan Ave., passed
away Wednesday in a local hos-
pital following a brief illness. Be-
side her parents, she is survived
by a brother, Harold. Services
will be held in the chapel of the
Gordon Funeral Home at 4:30 on
Friday. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
officiate. Burial will follow in the
family plot in Woodlawn Park.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
TO HOLD RADIO SERVICES
The Rabbinical Association
will conduct New Year pro-
grams over all local stations
this Sunday, September 17.
WQAM 9:45 to 10 a. m.
WIOD 11:30 to 11:45 a. m.
WFTL 2:45 to 3:00 p. m.
WKAT 4:00 to 4:15 p. m.
FEUER and OSSIP
INSURANCE AGENCY ,NC
WISHES ALL ITS FRIENDs
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
~ A BEST investrm^A-^. a
States War Bond. Buy oft*!*4
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. David Washer
and family
Wish All Their Friends
and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. B. Karp
and son
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abner Wolf
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Celia Tepper
and family
Wish Their Friends
A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Durbin
and Daughter. Betty Jean
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Beach now offers a superlative
and well-rounded program of re- j
ligioua training for all the chil-
dren and Jewish youth on Miami |
Beach, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
stated.
Registration of children be- j
tweei) the ages of 6 and 15 takes
place daily at the office, every
week day from 4 to 8 p. m.
The Beth Jacob Religious ,
School has organized a children's !
Glee Club under the direction
of Miss Claire Rosenfeld. The
group meets daily, on weekdays,
at 5 p. m. in the Talmud Torah
building. All children between
the ages of 6 and 14 with "sing-
ing voices" are' invited to join.
Berne (WNS)The Hungarian
Government is determined to
settle the Jewish problem "ener-
getically" by the renewal of
mass-deportations and by the in-
tensification of anti Jewish
measures, according to a cable
received here this week from
the Budapest correspondent of
the Swiss Telegraphic Agency.
The correspondent said that
there was ground to fear that,
as a result of the pressure being
exerted by Hungarian extrem-
ists and the Gestapo on the Hun-
garian Government, "Hungary
will again take up the Jewish
problem energetically and will
resume anti-Jewish persecu-
tions.*'
BEST WISHES FOR A
HEALTHFUL AND HAPPY
NEW YEAR Tp MY MANY FRIENDS
EUGENE J. WEISS
Certified Public Accountant
SEASON'S GREETINGS
EAT MORE DELICIOUS POULTRY & EGGS
BUY AT
J. L. SPRINGER317 N. W. 5th Street
Phone 3-5448 Open Until Noon Sundsv
WILLIAMS2091 N. W. 7th Avenue T
Phone 2-3673 We Never CloseDay or Night
"KEEP 'EM FRYING'
VOLUNTEER WORKERS
ASKED FOR HOSPITALS
HAPPY NEW YEAR
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
1443 S. W. 3rd St.
Phone 2-8330
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaler
and Family
Wish All Then- Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. Katiif
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Miller
and Family
Wish All Their Relativi
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Pallant
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Peckerman
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
More women volunteer work-
ers are needed to prepare articles
for hospitalized servicemen,"
Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, chairman
of the Serve-a-Hospital Commit-
tee, pleadingly stated. "If the
committee had more cooperation
from the women the quota of
work could be increased." the
chairman explained. Ten organ-
izations have participated financ-
ially to date.
Although this committee has
only been working for six weeks,
the women have completed 22
solitaire pillow cases, 152 bed-
side kits. 17 pairs of woolen bed-
room slippers, 13 U. S. A. scrap-
books, and 117 crossword puzzles.
In addition to these articles, the
committee sent 40 checker games
and 24 game kits to the Finney
General Hospital. Thomasville,
Ga. This work was supervised by
Nathan Rothbcrg. of the Jewish
Welfare Board.
The articles made by this com-
mittee are distributed on a non-
sectarian basis.
Mrs. Jerome Ficihling was un-
animously elected recording sec-
retary of the committee. She re- ,
, places Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs,
| who resigned.
Meetings of the organization
will be resumed September 28.
BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Kurlander's
Beach and Sport Wear
811 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
The Pont Family
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel
and children, Sidney and Ceil
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenstein
and son, Irwin
505 12th Street. Miami Beach
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
HAZORAH
September 12. 1944
We advise the Miami Jewish
community interested in Kashrus
that there is no recognized
Shochet at Maltzman's Poultry
Store, known as People's Market, !
located at 1108 S. W. Eighth St.
We ask your co-operation in
dealing with matters of Kashrus
to make certain that everything
is "K'DAS-UCHDIN," m ac-
cordance with strict Jewish laws. \
Consult your Rabbi.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO.
RABBI SIMON APRIL.
The Best the Market Affords
in Live & Dressed
POULTRY
STRICTLY FRESH EGGS
Sunset Poultry Farm
1668 Alton Road Ph. 5-4118
Mrs. R. U. Williams. Mgr.
R. U. Williams. Owner
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
Tennessee Poultry
fit Eqq Co.
1340 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 9-2585
Alton P. (Red) Smith. Mgr.
R. U. Williams. Owner
MIAMI, FLA.
7th Ave. Fish & Poultry
6101 N. W. 7th Ave.
Phone 78-2062
L. W. (Lish) Ellison. Mgr.
R. U. Williams. Owner
MIAMI. FLA.
BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD TO
HOLD FIRST MEET OF YEAR
Mrs. Samuel Zimmerman
and Family
Wish Their Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow
and Family
Wish Their Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. M. Harkins
Wishes His Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Werbel
Wish Their Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiss
Wish Their Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. L. Lubin
Wish Their Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Beth David Sisterhood will
hold its first meeting of the sea-
son Wednesday, September 20, |
at 2 p. m. in the Beth David
auditorium. Abe Cannes, execu-
tive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education will be guest
speaker. Mrs. Harry Oliphant,
president, extends a cordial in-
vitation to all members and
friends to attend.
Cincinnati The first six j
months of the combined cam-1
paign for the support of the i
gregations and Hebrew Union
College have shown substantial ]
and gratifying progress, accord-
ing to a report just issued by
Roger W. Straus, national cam-
paign chairman. The fiscal year
of the UAHC and HUC ended
June 30th.
Included among those who'
have traveled about the country
doing effective work for the 1
combined drive was Day J. Apte !
of Tampa.
TO THE JEWS OF
GREATER MIAMI:
*
May we extend our wishes to
you for a A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.
May we who have had the
good fortune of living in Amer-
ica, having escaped grief and
horror, do all in our power to
aid in healing the wounds and
grief of our people who were
saved from the Hitler MASS
MURDER and are in need of
a helping hand.
MIAMI ICOR COMMITTEE
Dr. N. N. Bloom. President
M. Baumel, Secretary
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
MONSALVATGE & DRANE
DISTRIBUTORS OF
OPTIMO CIGARS
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
PURITY CONDIMENTS
Manufacturers ol Fine Mayonnaise
and Salad Dressing
1095 N. W. 23rd St. Phone 3-7154
OFFICERS. DIRECTORS AND MEMBERS OF
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG.
SISTERHOOD
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO
THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY FOR A
HAPPY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR
HERMAN AND HARRY PEARL OF THE
Florida Provision Co., Inc.
Distributors of KOSHER ZION DELICATESSEN AND
MANY OTHER LEADING LINES OF FOOD PRODUCTS
1721 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141
EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS
AND WISHES FOR A
G'MAR CHSIMA TOVA
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
761 41ST ST.
MIAMI BEACH
Limited number of seat reservations available for
High Holy Day Services
Committee at Temple: Afternoons 2-4
Evenings 7-9. Phone 58-1961
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY
PATRONS AND FRIENDS
*
American National l&ittk
of 4$tuintt
139 N. E. 1st St.
Miami


FRIDAY.
SEPTEMBER 15, 1944
Jewistfk>ridian
PAGE SEVEN
^asis^sssr"" "TMttsMfca.%-5
PARADE!
SERVICE
On Every Front Where Our Boys Are Fighting They
Will Be Able to Observe Holy Days Traditionally
By PAUL KRESH Saipan and other fighting every branch of the armed ser-
To all men of Jewish faith in fronts. vices to "grant suitable liberty
America's armed forces here and At army camps and at naval to men of the Jewish faith
fhroad whose contributions to- bases in the United States, there wherever feasible, in order that
ward the victory of the Allied will be chaplains and civilian they may attend services on
lse have grown steadily in rabbis to conduct regular Holy these days in locations nearest
strength since the day Japan at- Day services at chapels. In many their stations."
tacked IVarl Harbor, this column instances, where military cir- A number of Jewish Navy
wishes to extend greetings on cumstances make it feasible, chaplains also are overseas this
the occasion of the Hebrew New army and navy authorities will vear- They will conduct special
Year 5705. grant permission for Jewish men services, some abroad transports,
pikI. Hashonah comes this to attend services at synagogues battleships, and other craft. Re-
at a time when our forces in local communities, or even to cently Chaplain R. D. Workman,
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Katz
and Daughters
Wish All Their Miami and
West Palm Beach Friends
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Vincent Oaksmith
Extends Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All His Friends
- ever nearer to In many communities near J*av our comp'e^ cooperation
he very mainland of the enemy army camps, families have ar- m. *he. mattci' of the H'8h Holy
Harvey and Adele, son and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Sootin have joined the navy;
Harvey as an electronic techni-
cian, and Adele in the Waves.
Harvey who is now in boot train-
ing at Great Lakes, 111., is a
graduate of Technical High
School, where he finished a two
year radio course. He is a past
president of Chapter 517 of the
AZA group, and a member of
Beth David Junior Congrega-
tion.
Adele left last week for New
York City, where she will re-
ceive her boot training at Hunter
College. She is a graduate of
Miami Senior High, and had
three years at Miami University
before entering the service. She
is a former member of the Sun-
day School faculty of Beth
David.
Pepsicola Bottling Co.
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A Very Happy and Prosperous
New Year
To All My Friends
The Southland Bakery
A Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
To All My Friends
William Arnold, President
Rexall Drug Store
Lake Worth__________
Mr. and Mrs. S. Brodie and Son
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Their Friends
i,n ranged to entertain servicemen
Td on every front where men as their guests during this period. J^*-*}. mjny miles
of Jewish faith are fighting with And in some areas where there sonSi lhe Board has also ar_
their comrades of all faiths to are not enough Jewish men to ranged to prepare appropriate
beat down, once and for all. the warrant the appointment of a recordings whereby the young
threat of the world s would-be Jewish chaplain, Jewish boys will man away from home wiu b*
conquerors, they will have an still be able to gather on Yom able to send Hign Holy Day
opportunity this Rosh Hashonah Kippur and thrill to the voice of greetings back home on a rec-
and Yom Kippur to observe some great cantor singing the ord. Thc Board also has suppHed
these Holy Days in the tradition- Kol Nidre from a transcription a )a,.ge number of New Year
al spirit. on the phonograph The Board greeting cards, including V-mail
For many the traditional ser- has sent a number of transcribed editions.
vices will consist of but a whis- High Holy Day programs, rec- Holiday Luncheons Planned
oered prayer a prayer of orded by distinguished cantors Jewish Welfare Board work-
thanksgiving, perhaps, that they and choirs, to groups who have ers at USO clubs have received
can welcome this New Year on planned to conduct their own program material and sugges-
territory wrested from the enemy services. tions for sermons to aid them in
in France, in Italy, in the Paci- To insure the arrival of sup- preparing programs for groups
fie. To some, the New Year may plies at points all over the globe that will be unable to attend
be just a fleeting thought of in time for the High Holy Day services conducted by chaplains.
home and family and New Years period, the Board began as early Field workers have made plans
observed in other times, a me- as May to fill "orders" for reli- to enhance the Yom Tov spirit
mory of home while coursing gious supplies that came from with holiday luncheons to be
through the air over some enemy chaplains, officers and enlisted served on both days of Rosh
target or ploughing under the men all the way from Alaska to Hashonah and special "Break-
surface of an alien sea. the Virgin Island and from the the-Fast" suppers at the close of
Extensive Preparation. South Pacific to the Seine. Yom Kippur.
But in China, Burma, or India. In Europe where the rest of To the man in uniform thou-, ? "/ S()Utnwest pacific after
in some Alaskan outpost, a Jew- Jewry will still be forced to sands of miles away huddled in ; rf on he a hands
ish private may have the expen- worship in silence, Jewish men some foxhole under a rain of i .. t M n his
ence of attending a service that in our army will be able to sound shell, or the fighter plane pilot, inforrned '
some chaplain will have flown the prescribed calls on the ram's battling the enemy in the sky,, MilJer was 38 when he
thousands of miles to conduct, horn in freedom and without for all those engaged in bal.let overseas m jury 1943
He will hold in his hand a pray- fear, a sound that this year will on this occasion, there can be no '
er book that may have been seem to herald the approach of religious services in the formal
shipped across an ocean in order freedom for all that continent. sense, and no supplies will be
to be in his hands at that time. "Grant Suitable Liberty" able to reach them. For them
The Jewish Welfare Board has To supply these men with the there can beno lunchepiw nor
preoared more extensively than wherewithal for their services, special suppers in USO Clubs.
5? beforTTn iU; history that the JWB has sent a great variety But this year they can share
Jewish men may observe these of religious articles abroad with in fce feeling that can
High Holy Days crates containing Torah scrolls, strengthen the hearts of us all
With 251 Jewish chaplains in candlesticks, altar cloth, ram's this year-hope tha this con-
the field-96 of them overseas- horns, and hundreds of thousands flic vfllmrWlgt its nd. and
the maioritv of Jewish soldiers, of prayer books and Jewish that next year, God willing, all
wbefi % SouI^aSoFa calendars. These prayer books may gather in their own syna-
M otfAnnSMU o? are slim khaki volumes that have Rogues and to theirjn the Southwest Pacific will be been sh pped with the full co- with their friends and families
l&to^^Siivffwtth 5erationPPof the War Depart- to ^ an^.v, m a world
religious uddUm sent bv the mentalways extremely helpful where the sound of the ram s
Jewish Welfare Board Eight enabling its men to worship horn may be heard uninterrupt-
Jewish chaplains WllOWta in their oft way The War De- ed ^^ecacaphony of gunfire.
Normandy, several more are on partment has sent out orders to
Captain Murray (Mickey) Wein-
First Lt. Sol Rotfort is an AAF
quartermaster office at Lake
Charles, La. His wife is with him
there.
Sgt. Sam Greenstein arrived
here Tuesday to spend a furlough
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Greenstein, and friends. He
is stationed at Camp Sutton, N. C.
Sgt. MUton L. Klein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lena Klein, 911 S.
W. Second St., is a desk sergeant
of a military police company at-
tached to a B-24 base in England.
Sgt. Herbert A. Rachlin, bro-
ther of George J. Rachlin, has
just returned from serving two
years overseas and is stationed at
present at the Miami Beach Re-
distribution Center.
Corp. Byron Maurice Miller,
son of Mrs. Anna B. Miller, 230
He has been in service, with the
Army motor pool, since April.
1942. _________________
PALM BEACH NOTES
Wounded in France on D-day
M.j William Levitt, son of tap Mrs. Sophie E. Levitt. 835 N. W. traub is now overseas with the in- maEngland Ab# gosner. son of
7th St. Rd., spent a furlough in vasion army. His wife, the form- Mr and Mrs Martin Rosner,
this city and in Macon. Ga., er Gladys Wolfe, is residing here 1024 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami
where his wife and son reside, with her parents. Beach.
before returning to duty in the --------- ... .. .,,. Pvt. Rosner, who also has
Pacific. Dave Shier, now with thc 8Dtn served m North Africa, is a par-
______ Division in Italy, has been pro- atrooper. A brother, Pvt. Max
Staff Sgt Howard Feldman, of rnoted to 1st lieutenant. Rosner, is with the infantry in
1221 Meridian ave., is now with ,--------\ France. The family came to this
a first aid station in France Ensign Ceil Rotfort, sister of country four years ago from
which is charged with the care Mrs. Phillip, is in the paymaster Czechoslovakia.__________
0j men in an army engineers gen- office with the SPARS in New ^0T\te Today
al service regiment. Orleans. La. ___________ *_________----------------
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178 N. W. Fifth Street
RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. INC.
160 E. Flagler Street
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1026 Lincoln Rd- Miami Beach
NANKIN'S SHOE STORE
156 E. Flagler Street Miami
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714 Lincoln Road
High Holy Day services at Beth
El will be held Sunday night,
Monday, and Tuesday, with Rab-
bi Manuel Greenstein in charge
and preaching to the worshipers.
Cantor M. Levjnson will chant.
Friday night services at Con-
gregation Beth El were largely
attended. Hostesses for the eve-
ning were Mrs. Joe Friedman and
Miss Abramson.
Holy Day services at Beth Is-
rael will be under the direction
of Rabbi Carl N. Herman, and
will be held Sunday evening and
Monday.
Harold M. Moss, seaman 1/c.
Coast Guard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Moss, 525 34th St.. who
participated in the invasion of
France on D-Day. is serving
aboard a Coast Guard-manned
LST operating in European wat-
ers. His ship was one of the first
to reach French shores with
armored units. Seaman Moss en-
tered the Coast Guard in De-
cember, 1941 while a senior at
Palm Beach High School.
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To All The People in the
Service and All Jewry
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of Delray Beach
Send New Year Greetings
To All Their Relatives
and Friends
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New Year Greetings
To All Her Relatives and Friends
In the Name of
Congregation Beth El
I Wish All Our Friends
A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
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PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
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Greetings To All Jewry
New Year Greetings
To all the SPARS, WAC's and
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+Jcnist ffcrMiar)
Notes Of
Y. M. H. A
-by-
SAM SILVER
The officers, executive director, and board members of the
Miami Y. M. & Y. W. H. A. take this opportunity to extend New
Year greetings to all members of our community. We look for-
ward to a speedy victory and the return of our service folk in
good health. The "Y" also looks forward to a year of progress
and service.
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
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VISIT US AT OUR NEW MARKET
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THURSDAY. SEPT. 28
415 ESPANOLA WAY
By MARX FEINBERG
Many members will be inter-
ested in the return of Brother
Al Pallot to our midst for a
period of approximately two
weeks. I had occasion to speak to
Al In reference to his experiences
in the Navy, and it was reveal-
ing to hear the stories he had to
tell. He related an incident that
happened on the island of Ar-
ruba, off the coast of Venezuela,
win re the majority of the in-
habitants and merchants w.ic
refugee Jews from the Nether-
lands. Arnica is a Dutch posses-
sion and Al reports that these
men and women have adopted
their new habitat with much
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MR. AND MRS.
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SAM'S SERVICE
STATION
Sam's Silver Fleet
Cabs
200 Coral Way
CORAL GABLES
TO MY MANY FRIENDS
AND ACQUAINTANCES
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NEW YEAR
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NEW YEAR
To Our Many
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EVANS FAMILY
Sea Gull & Cabana Club
HOTEL EVANS
ease and seem to be very happy.
During his stay there he advises
that most of those with whom
he spoke were interested in es-
tablishing a B'nai B'rith chap-
ter on the island. Al told me that
these men were Interested in
their Judaism and despite the
persecutions they have suffered
they an- anxious to retain their
Jewish traditions and customs.
Bother Pallot says that he met
this condition in almost every
Jewish community which he had
an opportunity to visit. He re-
ports also that the rumored anti-
Jewish feeling in the armed serv-
ices is just another form of prop-
aganda sent out by the enemy to
attempt to disunite the country
(luring the war effort. In the
service there is no color or creed
and on many occasions you find
Christian chaplains administer-
ing to Jewish boys and vice
versa. Brother Pallot was in the
unique position of being in com-
mand of the Armed Guard on a
merchant tanker, being the only
Naval officer aboard. In addition
to being ship's chaplain, he was
also doctor, supply officer, crew
director, and everything else
i ki pi captain.
It is interesting to hear the ex-
periences of our members in the
service and should any of you
have interesting facts regarding
our brothers it will be appreci-
Bted ii the information is relayed
to the writer.
Lodge activities at the present
lime are mostly confined to
Anti-Defamation League work
In promoting good will through
hospitality services. The Com-
mittee on the Beach is doing a
splendid job and is entitled to
more cooperation from the mem-
bership than it is receK^TlT'
work is not confinedhS ^
committee, but involve"!!0 the
fare of every Jew in ,J, e Wel"
mumty. It should be nurtur^?-
every merchant with i"?d ^
you will find that ho h alJan(i
will be commenfur S tfts
investment. Wltn the
Plans are being marl- ?
Picnic for the Lrriw'iV
Auxiliary for next month J t
of the county parks and k^6
affairs usually result in, ^
derfu. day's %ntertahS^?t
prepared for a definite annoL*
%nu^,%onC^nW,,,k'ro'S
uue to an early deartu
caused by the special"New ft
edition of this paper it w5l hf
impossible to include nS ^
the meeting held at Beth ni^
Tuesday evening. I am sure
all of you who may attend w,i
enjoy the address by Broth'
Cannes on a timely subject
There are many rumors float
ing around about the HilleU*
uation, involving Brother Bill
Kesselman, and it would be in
teresting despite the rumors
the organization to know all th*
,'tC\Sul n-Pc lhi" ,he Power'
that be will give us the benefit
oi this knowledge.
At this time the writer and
the organization would like to
extend best wish,., to the entire
Jewish community for a hapov
New Year. This year brings"
to the threshold of much im-
portant work. Let us not take it
too lightly and enter the new-
year with full purpose and a
will to act.
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FRIDAY,
SEPTEMBER 15, 1944
^ lewislfkridbnr
PAGE NINE
Dutch Jews Approach the Holidays in
A More Hopeful Spirit
By JULIUS MORITZEN
(Mr. Moritzcn is a writer on international affairs. He is the
author of "Peace Movement of America" and other works)
To speak of the Dutch Jews as
L the Netherlands is nothing
Lhnrt of a paradox. For of the
Rands who formerly consti-
KV Jewsih communities of
Krdam, Amsterdam and the
K ct.es of Holland only a
"'"re handlul remain. It is said
"hat their number is so insignifi-
cant thai even the Nazis no long-
bother hunting them down
And vet whether some Jews still
Kd shelter here and there in
Holland, whether they have been
Lorted. found asylum in other
lands or have been incorporated
jn the armies of the United Na-
tions, all must look upon the lib-
eration of Paris as a good omen,
a forerunner of their own D-
Day, the end of the holecaust in
which the Hitler fanatics ingulf-
ed them for more than four
years.
In none of the Nazi-occupied
countries of Europe have the
Jews suffered more than in Hol-
land where the citizenship of
many dated back as far as the
thirteenth century. There is an
ominous blacklist being prepared
of those responsible for the hor-
rible murders, persecutions and
deportations meted out to the
Dutch Jews, and one need not
wonder that retribution will be
swift and thorough when the day
or reekoning comes.
Underground Dutch newspap-
ers regret that when the day of1
iberation arrives Holland will I
be virtually without political
leadership, since the taking of'
hostages of importance was part'
of the plan of Hitler for the sub-
jugation of the country Ac- '
cording to the "Netherland
Weekly,' the latest group to be
deported included Dr. A. M. !
Joekes, Liberal Democratic mem-
ber of the Lower House of Par-1
liament; J. Schouten, member of \
the Calvinist Party; and Loos!
Vorrink, chairman of the Social
Democratic Party, and member of
i the Upper House.
I The underground "Vrij Neder-
I land" adds to the above that
Arie Vorrink, leader of the La-
bor Youth Organization, and K.
i Toornstra, Social Democratic
member of the Amsterdam City
. Council, were also taken to Ger-
' many. Other groups of hostages
taken to the Reich included Dr.
A
Happy, Healthful and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
TO
Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons
1462 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
T. J. Verschuur, former minister
of economic affairs, Dr. J. J. C.
van Dijk, former Minister of De-
fense, and J. Ringers, a civil eng-
ineer head of the Department of
Reconstruction.
Dr. M. Friediger, Chief Rabbi
of Denmark, himself deported to
Germany when the Hitler perse-
cution of the Jews of Denmark
marked up another crime under
the Nazi regime, in his work,
"The History of the Jews," and
speaking of the Dutch Jews, says
that "in no land did the Jews en-
joy greater privileges than in
Holland. Holland received the
fugitives from Spain and else-
where with the greatest hospital-
ity. She gave them a peaceful
home. That was why the com-
munity life flourished. Thanks
to a widespread system of s< It-
rule, the Jews formed a strong
national-cultural entity.
"Like their fellow religionists
in most other countries the Jews
did not have to pay a special
Jew*tSX. They could own prop
erty according to their desire and
as the population at large under-
stood to value their Jewish fel-
lowinen according to their real
worth, the good relations exist-
ing between the Jews and their
neighbors laid the foundation for
the cultural eminence of the
Dutch Jews."
This glimpse of the Dutch
Jews by so prominent a religion-
ist and fellow-sufferer as Rabbi
Friediger makes it the more per-
tinent and desirable that the lib-
eration of Denmark from the
Nazi yoke shall occur in the
same hour when the bells of
freedom will ring out over Hol-
land. There is reason to feel
that as the Jewish holidays ap-
proach, a more hopeful spirit
will arise among the Dutch Jews
as it will among the Scandinav-
ian Jews' of the North.
As offsetting the picture of
brutality that has characterized
the existence of the Dutch Jews
after the advent of Hitler and
his henchmen in 1940, there is
some compensation in glancing
back and give some attention to
Jewish affairs in Holland prev-
ious to those tragic days that set
civilization back decades. In
"The Contemporary Jewish Rec-
ord," there is for instance an in-
teresting account of the genesis
of the Dutch Jews.
"To Amsterdam, the Venice of
the North," we read, "certain in-
dividual Marranos had already
come. Amsterdam welcomed the
settlement of these merchant
princes and proud hidalgos from
the Iberian Peninsula. Free from
the iron hand of the Inquisition,
ly their ancient faith, and al-
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rjenisfi thrkttam
The Universal Overtones of
Rosh Hashonah
By MAX ARZT
The author of this article is Assistant Professor of Practical Theology
:it the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. He is the former
president 01 the Rabbinical Assembly of America.
Rosh Hashonah addresses us
with a distinctive vocabulary and
introduces us into a unique realm
of discourse. Its dominant motif
is one of solemnity and awe. In
the blowing of the Shofar, the
characteristic rite of the day. we
hear the shrill alarm and warn-
ing of the Tekiah. There comes
to us the tremulous Teruah blast
of impending danger and the
wailing SHEVARIM note of
heart-rending agony. We are
summoned into the presence of
God who is seated in the heaven-
ly assizes on a high and lofty
throne. The Book of Remem-
brance in which every man's
deeds are recorded is opened.
The record is sealed with the
imprint of every man's hand.
The angels, trembling with
fear, declare, "Behold the Day
of Judgment." A mysterious ad-
versary, SATAN, assumes the
role of KATEGOR (prosecuting
attorney) indicting man and
calling for devastating retribu-
tion. In our prayers we reflect
on the creatureliness of man. on
his evanescent and transitory
existence"Man's origin is dust
and he returneth to the dust.
He obtaineth his bread by the
peril of his life. He is like a
fragile postsherd, as the grass
that withereth. as the flower
that fadeth, as a passing shadow,
as the wind that bloweth, as the
fleeting dust and as a dream that
vanisheth." It is the purport of
these sombre meditations to
make us cringe before our Maker
in utter contrition, to induce us
to acknowledge His sovereignty
;md thus to win a favorable de-
cision of life and hope by the
practice of Repentance, Prayer
and Righteousness.
Our age is one in which terms
like sin, judgment and repent-
ance have fallen into desuetude.
We have almost forgotten the
language of religious expression.
Yet our intuition is deeper than
our understanding. Somehow we
sense, though we do not fully i
comprehend, that which is of;
abiding good in the mood and
meaning of Rosh Hashonah. We I
flock to the synagogue in num-
bers so large that space has to
be reserved in advance. We may
avow througout the year that
we are not pious, yet on Rosh
Hashonah we manifest an in-
tuitive quest for religious experi-
ence.
What actuates us to come to
the synagogue is something
deeper than a consciousness of
kind. For of all the high mo-
ments of the Jewish calendar,
of all the significant dates of the
year, Rosh Hashonah is most de-
ficient in particularistic tone and
tenor. It marks no decisive event
in the history of our people and
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revolves about no central per-
sonality. Rather it speaks to us
in moral and universal tones,
stressing the failings as well as
the aspirations of all humanity.
We can distil something of su-
preme significance and of sin-
guler relevance out of the poetic
and mystic fancy that pervades
the pages of the Mahzor and
permeates the observance of the
Days of Dread. For Rosh Has- j
honah brings into bold relief the
true character of our earthly na-
ture and cautions us against that
which debases our life and brings
schism into our soul. It points
the way to moral regeneration
and purposeful living. It carries
a message of redemption for a
world in travail and a hearten-
ing hope of recuperation to an
ailing humanity.
The liturgy of Rosh Hashonah
is centered around the basic
weakness of our human nature,
the capacity to sin and the tend-
ency to moral depravity. The
Yezer Hara. the evil impulse, is
identified as man's invidious
enemy. Being invisible he snipes
at us in treacherous fashion, n
offered no resistance, he de-
grades man below the level of
the beast, and effaces the divine
image in which he is made. He
drugs men into selfish complac-
ency and deprives them of their
will to freedom. To our forbears
this adversary was so real that
they often personified him. They
called him Satan and equated
him with the angel of death.
Satan was to them a vicious foe
occupying territory in the soul of
man and working havoc with in-
creasing ferocity unless expelled
by herculean will and iron de-
termination. The Shofar sounds
the siren calling the people "like
warriors in the day of battle to
arm against the evil that resides
within man."
Written large in the hallowed
literature of Judaism is this re-
cognition of the danger of sin
and moral deterioration. The
doctrine that man was formed
in the image of the Divine was
counterbalanced by the realistic
warning that the heart of man
is decitful, bring subject to pro-
cesses of spiritual disintegration.
Judaism does not endorse the no-
tion that man Is instinctively
good and that progress is inevit-
ablea doctrine which was so
widely taught during the eigh-
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15,
teenth and nineteenth cent,
It sees in human depS""*
element of our nature "
which we must alX, ?"*
guard. The undcrlinS?!,^';
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rmAY.SEPTEMBER 15, 1944
Dutch Jews Approach
Holidays With Hope
ronitlnud from rae W
I ,. imata auickly declared open-
"' "Li, in nv .l them had been
rfV UP M Catholics, the
ration WU soon laid for a
Ki nmwnun.ty wh.ch was
Ed to acquire gnat prertige
SkSninS as the years passed
hi, ons between Jew and
I gK in the Koldena days of
Hmsterdam were cordial
Through international trade.
i which their relations with
nVr Jewish communities
SSghout the world and their
EndStine contacts with Mar-
SS in sPain1Janl, Por.tuaI
ve them considerable advan-
ce Amsterdam Jewry acquired
1 jrea't wealth. It was not long
Before they had time and money
tor literature, learning and the
arts The unowned Athias print-
[ presses gave the world some
rf its most beautiful Hebrew
books. Plays appeared in He-
brew Ladion and Portuguese. A
history of the Jewish people was
written. Stately mansions like
hat of the wealthy de Pinto fam-
ily adorned the city; the costly
,Vnago(jui- in Amsterdam is a
perpetual monument to the glory
that was the New Jerusalem."
Such, then, was the beginning
j Judaism in the Netherlands.
1 In the decades that followed
other pictures in contrast filled
n foe canvas of Jewish life in
Holland Wars and rumors of
war followed successive periods
0( peace in which the Jews of
Holland suffered as did the citiz-
ens as a whole. It is difficult
to conceive, however, of trial and
tribulation.-- greater than tho.se to
which Hitler and his gangsters
exposed the Jews of Holland as
world war number two took its
nward course. There are no
darker pages of history than
those that were written since
940. May the Jews of Holland,
as well as' Jews everywhere who
have lived under the Hitler dom-
ination, meet the coming day in
a new spirit that will write off
the past as a nightmare best to
oe forgotten, but for the lesson
it brought humanity.
+Jewish nuridifori
PAGE ELEVEN
SECOND LUBLIN LIST IS
READY FOR THE PUBLIC

Lublin (JTA)The second
list of names of surviving Jews
in Lublin compiled by the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
correspondent is now on file
at the Jewish Floridian office.
Many of the 1.000 Jews in
Lublin who escaped extermina-
tion in the "death camp" of
Majdanek. situated on the out-
skirts of the city, were still too
shaken to write down the ad-
dresses of their relatives in
the United States for the JTA
correspondent who arrived
here from Moscow to estab-
lish contact between the sur-
vivors and their friends and
relatives in the United States.
Canada and Palestine.
Five years of war and the
constant fear of being caught
by the Germans and murdered
have resulted in the loss of
the add.*jsses of relatives over-
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charge, to all AZA alumni now
in the armed forces.
The conference, which dealt
largely with war service activi-
ties, also offered its cooperation
to local agencies dealing with
I the employment problems of re-
j turning servicemen.
The wildest phantasies on the
subject of the "international
Jew about whom Henry Ford, i
among others, made it his busi-!
ness to spread evil fiction before
the war, cannot keep pace with :
the reality of international fasc- !
ism.
At the very moment the furn- \
aces of Majdanek in the out-
skirts of Lublin were giving up
charred skeletons, and the char-
nel houses where Nazi perverts
and butchers tortured, robbed
and murdered a million and a
half human beings in the great-
est crime of history were Riving
up their horrorsat the very
moment when the conscience of
the civilized world was stirred
to its depths by these revela-
tions of unparalleled depravity
the spirit that produced these
infamies was being voiced open-
ly at a meeting on American
soil.,
At the Detroit convention of
Gerald L. K. Smith's "America
First" parly a Chicago delegate,
Homer MalrtZ, urged the Jews
be deported from the United |
States and that those who would
not leave voluntarily be steril-
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the butcher Heinrich Himmler.
Someone has remarked that
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potential murderer. To this
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misnamed "America First" ga-
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their propaganda. Whatever such
people may call themselves is
| immaterial in face of the fact
that their doctrines and Hitler's
are identical.
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THE JEWS IN FRANCE
By AI.KRKI) WRUNEIl
Paris is free again. And as the
day approaches when the Boche
will have been driven from every
inch of French soil, one can well
imagine the joy of the French
people at the prospect of being
free after four years of humilia-
tion, shame and degradation at
the hands of the Nazi defilers of
their country.
But who can measure the ju-
bilation of the Jews in France
as they see the end of their
travail? For they had to suffer
not only as Frenchmen, but also
as Jews.
When the 'Blitzkrieg" broke
out, in May, 1940. there were
some 320,000 Jews in France, in-
cluding foreign Jews, comprising
them, high-ranking officers,
fought in the French army. Some
of them escaped to England
where they joined General de
Gaulle's army of liberation, while
the majority were disarmed by
the invaders and sent to Ger-
many, like their Christian fel-
low-soldiers. Thousands of civ-
ilians fled to Switzerland, Africa
or the Western hemisphere. But
the vast majority could not leave
France, or did not wish to do so.
Many of the Jews of Paris
permit themselves to be poison-
ed by the propaganda of racial
hatred, spread by the invaders
and their French stool-pigeons.
They preferred to listen to the
voice of the Archbishops of Paris,
Lyon and Toulouse who angrily,
if vainly, urged the men of Vichy
to stop the un-Christian meas-
ures directed against the Jews.
They remembered the pastoral
letter, issued by the Bishop of
Montaubcn, ending with the
words: "May God comfort and
fortify those who arc unworthily
persecuted," or the Open Letter
condemning the massacre of the
Jews, published by the fervently
Catholic poet, Paul Claudel.
When the Jews of Paris were
where 70'' of French Jewry lived ------
before the warcrossed the line ordered to wear yellow badges,
of demarcation into Vichy France
hoping to be safe in unoccoupied
France. If their lot was com-
paratively better than that of
the Christian students demon-
stratively wore the Star of David
in the Latin Quarter. At nu-
merous cities Christian crowds
eluding foreign Jews, comprising their- coreligionists remaining in gathered in front of the railway
0/ of the total population. Northern France, this was not station, wildly protesting against
Their tragedy is well known to j duc to kindness on the part the deportation of the Jews. The
:ill of us. Many Jews, among
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when, following the Allied in-
vasion of North Africa, the Nazis
occupied Southern France, too.
Henceforth at Marseilles, Lyon,
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ted suicide, desperate mothers
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Jews were still estimated to be
living in Prance on the day our
forces invaded Normandy. This
was due chiefly to the kind-
heartedness of the French people
, who hid their Jewish fellow-
citizens in chateaus. farms, and
', woods, or helped them escape to
places held by the gallant Ma-
; quisin fact, many Jews are
known to be prominent in the
ranks of the underground fight-
ers. The French people did not I ----
French underground press of all
shades urged the patriots to
snatch the Jews from the claws
of the Gestapo and hide them.
This attitude ot tiie French
nation is not surprising at all,
for anti-Semitism is alien to the
French soul, regardless of the
fact that, half a century ago,
some anti-Jewish bias was creat-
ed artificially by the reactionary
officers' clique which selected
the Jewish Captain Alfred Drey-
fus as their scapegoat. One of
the defenders of Dreyfus, the
noble Jaures, went so far as to
stress the Jewish strain in the
spirit of France, "this passionate
appeal to human justice, this
seriousness of Hebrew conscience
which, blended with the grace,
the force, the reason of Greek
thought, merged into the genius
of France."
France has every reason to be
proud of her Jews who have
been contributing a great deal
to the proud structure of French
civilization, especially after they
received full civil rights in 1791.
One of the greatest French essay-
ists. Michel de Montaigne, who
(Continued on i*kp 16>
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,
Universal Overtones
Of Rosh Hashonah
(Continued from Pace io>
not an obsession of primitive and
undeveloped mentalities. It is a
realistic appraisal of the ever-
present danger of man's revert-
ing to barbarism and bestiality.
Our generation is witnessing the
fullest and most tragic realiza-
tion of this menace.
Judaism traces the origin of
sin to the denial and defiance of
the majesty of God. Man be-
comes a slave to his passions
when he fails to recognize the
sovereignty of the God of Jus-
tice. Loving-kindness and Truth.
He achieves spiritual freedom
only when he acknowledges the
Kingship of God. In the words
of Judah Halevi, "He alone is
free who is a servant of the
Lord." The synagogue service ol
Rosh Hashonah IS in the nature
of a coronation pageant in which
we acclaim God as sovereign in
our lives. The formal morning
services opens with the intona-
tion of the word Hamelechthe
Kingand a section <>f the
Musaph service is designated as
MALCHl'YOTH (Kingship)
prayers. Many of the liturgical
hymns composed by poets ol the
Middle Ages cany the theme and
the refrain, "The Lord is King."
We are thus called upon t<> de-
clare our unswerving allegiano
to the Most High and to the
moral law which emanates from
Him as the initial step in freeing
ourselves from the corrosive in-
fluence of sin and in the attain-
ment of moral constancy
consistency.
A disciplne for self-renewal
and spiritual reclamation is ol
fered in the words TESHUVAH
(Repentance). TEFILLAH (Pray-
er), ZEDAKAH (Righteous con-
duct) Ere the universe w .is es-
tablished, say our sages. God
created repentance, thus offer-
ing the sinner a chance to re-
lease himself from the grip of
sin. The sinner who is a process
of self-appraisal and self-judg-
ment feels weighed down with
a sense of regret and remorse
is assured of the possibility of i
moral renovation. The consci-
ence of man needs lust to be
! activated if he is to avail him-
, self of the healing power of re-
I pentance. Thus Maimonides
| hears in the sounds of the Shofar
the following appeal to the dor-
! mant soul. "Awake ye sleepers
I from your slumbers and rouse
! you from your lethargy. Scrutin-
1 ize your deeds and return in re-
pentance. Remember your crea-
i tor, ye who forget eternal truths
, in the trifles of the hour, who
I go astray after vain illusions
which can neither profit nor de-
liver."
Once aroused from moral
stupor, man must keep on the
alert. Hence Prayer is the second
, requirement of spiritual recovery
Prayer endows us with the moral
courage needed for resistance to
temptation and for mastery of
circumstance, in prayer we re-
affirm the truths which make
' us free and utter a declaration
of independence from lowly and
unworthy aims. By frequent
communion with the Most High
we derive stamina and strength
to extricate ourselves from Un-
real m of impurity and to attach
our life to the verities that are
enduring. But noble aspirations
: to be translated into norms
of behavior. Hence the third ele-
ment of the formula for seii-
lvncwal is ZEDAKAH. righteous
conduct. Precept is not enough.
Spiritual maturity is attained by
him who proceeds to transmute
his highest aspirations into hab-
itual deeds oi integrity, justice
and compassion. Thus we are of-
fered a plan for victorious living
and a discipline leading to self-
mastery and moral rcgcnration.
In accentuating the role of the
individual and his accountabili-
r Jus character and conduct.
Judaism takes issue with cur-
n nt philosophies which avow
that human personality is not
only conditioned but completely
' : mini d by hereditary, en-
vironmental and economic fac-
tors. The effect of such teach-
ings has been to discount the
element oi free will and self de-
termination, to scorn ideal values
as chimerical. In the Nazi sys-
tem this attitude of contempt
for the individual personality led
to the cult of brute force, to a
suppression of all human rights,
and to unparalleled barbarism.
In civilized circles the teaching \
that the individual's fate is pre- i
determined by an inevitable
"wave of the future" has led to
defeatism, to inertia and-to a
lethargy which expressed well
in reluctance to make sacrifices
I for ideals.
Judaism gives primacy to the
Vital energies of the individual.,
It calls for a fresh perception ol
human values, for a new cour-
age' in facing life, for a rebirth
! of human dignity as a necessary
prelude to a just society and a
peaceful humanity. Once the self
is fortified with a sense pi per-
sonal accountability, the basis is
established for "a new heaven
and a new earth." Society is not
an assembly of preconditioned
organisms reacting blindly to in-
ternal and external stimuli, but
' an aggregation of individuals
who because they bear the image
i of God an expected to exercise
discretion and volition. Such self-
conscious and responsible per-
sonalities will unite in coopera-
tive endeavor to "perform the
will Ol God with a perfect heart.
This is the burden of one of the
most ancient passages in the li-
turgy, "And therefore impose
Thine awe upon all Thy works
and Thy dread upon all that
Thou hast created, that all may-
fear Thee and creatures pro-
strate themselves before Thee,
that they may all form a single
band to do Thy will with a per-
fect heart." Human cooperation
is not to be forged by force, nor
prooelled by mob frenzy. It is
to be motivated by the fear of
God induced by an awareness
of the inexorable functioning of
the spiritual law. An unknown
poet of the twelfth century, in
(Continued on Pace 16)
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FRIDAY.
SEPTEMBER 15, 1944
Universal Overtones
Of Rosh Hashonah
(Continued from l'age 14)
winded words of enduring beau-
l; thus envisioned an era of
universal amity and peaceful co-
AUrthe"'orld shall come to serve
And'bless Thy glorious Name
And Thy righteousness triumph-
The islands shall acclaim
And the people shall go seeking
Who knew Thee not before
And the ends of earth shall
praise Thee
And tell Thy greatness oer.
fn the concluding TEKIAH
rmOLAH our ancestors heard
,he hopeful note of the SHOFAR
SHEL MASHIAH heralding a
Messianic era of liberation for
a ore beset humanity. As a con-
comitant of an ideal order of
justice and peace, a brighter day
would at last dawn for suffer-
ing Israel. For, say the rabbis,
when trouble comes upon the
world, Israel is the first to suf-
fer and when joy comes to the
world, Israel is likewise the first
to sense its benefits." The holo-
caust of our age began with a
program of fierce persecution di-
rected at the world's most de-
fenseless minority. By the same
token, the rehabilitation of the
scattered and homeless of Israel
in their ancient homeland and
the restoration of the rights of
Jews everywhere are the sina
qua non of liberation for all who
are downtrodden.
A sage of the third century
sad, "God is not like man. Man
creates with instruments that are
unbroken. But God often uses
broken instruments to achieve
His purpose." Israel which has
been victimized in every time
and place has become the vehi-
cle for the formulation and trans-
mission of a universal outlook,
a broad perspective embracing
all humanity and an eloquent
plea for human brotherhood. We
live in decisive times when the
dominion of arrogance is meeting
with crushing defeat. As Jews
we must band ourselves together
with our fellowmen of all creeds
and peoples to lay the founda-
tions of a better world. Ours is
the historic duty to be the better
equipped for this task by mak-
ing articulate in every aspect of
our being, the life-sustaining
truths which are the shining
glory of our Jewish heritage.
Jewish Calendar
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.11 runft i>f "the flay preceding tha
dales given below:
19 4 4
ROSH HASHONAH
Monday, September 1*
Tuetday, September It
FAST OF OEDALIAH
Wednesday, September 20
VOM KIPPUR
Wednesday. September 27
SUCC0TH (First Two Day*)
Monday, October 2
Tuecday, October S
SHEMINI AZERETH
Monday, October t
SIMCHATH TORAH
Tuesday, October 10
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ported almost without comment
in the press of this country, as
were made at the '-America
First meeting, should give
pause to those who think that
the problem of world fascism
will be liquidated with the col-
lapse of Nazi Germany.
As a matter of fact, Washing-
ton knows quite clearly that
fascism is fighting to survive in
the hemisphere of the Americas
fascism is subsidizing the mean
little venom-peddlers of the
Mairtz and Smith species. In one
great Latin American country at
least, fascism is in control of the
government.
In Argentina anti-Semitism
has become official. Anti-Semit-
ic movies of the type Hitler pro-
mulgated are being publicly
shown. Recently Col. Juan Per-
on, Argentine vice president and
the power behind the throne of
the Farrell military clique, has
been talking in exactly the lan-
guage with which Hitler sought
to obtain endorsement before the
war.
Like Hitler, Peron has urged
the arming of Argentina to the
hilt, he has sponsored the coordi-
nation of Argentine industry in
a plan for military supremacy
of his country and he has pro-
claimed that internationally
might is right.
Most recently Peron has taken
another characteristically Nazi
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
ROBERT R.
TAYLOR
AND ASSOCIATES
of the
COUNTY SOLICITOR'S
OFFICE
SEASONS GREETINGS
WILLIAM E. COOK
936 Everglades ConcouxM
PHONE 6-3755
RENTALS SALES
MIAMI BEACH AND
NORMANDY ISLE
PROPERTIES
ACME CABS
aid
v.
Henry's Service
Station
904 5th Street
MIAMI BEACH
Wish All
Their Customers
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
BAKERY
2724 N. W. 2nd Avenu*
also
3037 N. W. 7th Avenue
line by proclaiming fascist Ar-
gentina as the bulwark against
communism in this hemisphere.
Hitler too proclaimed himself
the bulwark against communism
ln J'uroPe' and appeasers, British
and American, backed him.
From Argentina as a center,
the same infection is being
spread throughout Latin Amer-
ica. In Ecuador recently, anti-
Semites distributed leaflets
charging that an Austrian non-
Jew who had been appointed di-
rector of food supplies to curb
rising prices and food shortages,
was a Jew and guilty of "Jew-
ish provocations."
For Americans it is important
to recognize one inescapable fact:
that fascism and Jew-baiting are
inseparable. Even in Italy, where
some harbored the illusion that
fascism could exist without anti-
Jewish acts, Jews were eventual-
ly ousted from their jobs, robbed
and maltreated. With the pass-1
ing of fascism in Italy that dis-
honorable page in Italian history
will be revised.
But in this hemisphere the re-
lentless struggle has begun. The
forces of Nazism and fascism are
struggling for survival. They are
at work in the Americas. In
Latin America they constitute a
grave future problem for the
United States government. In
the United States they are a
fanged viper which must be
crushed underfoot.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS
AND FRIENDS
SAM'S
SEA FOOD
MARKET
723 N. W. 20th Street
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SOUTHERN
COLD STORAGE CO.
COLD STORAGE FACILITIES
Fruits Vegetables Produce
Seeds Seaboard Trackage
1701 N. W. Serenth Avenue
PHONE 3-1219
*
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BROWNLY'S
247 East Flagler Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Candies, Fountain, Luncheon-
ette, Home Made and Boxed
Candies, Carmel Corn
m
Sincere New Year Greetings

47 N. W. 79TH STREET
PHONE 7-9379
R. W. BROWN & CO.
Fertilizer Manufacturers
Southern Florida
Fertilizer Company
TROPICAL BRAND
Quality Fertilizer
GROWERS' SUPPLIES
INSECTICIDES
Factory: Goulds, Florida
Phone: Homestead 5-4451
Offices: South Miami. Fla.
PHONE 4-3375
BEST WISHES TO MY
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
FRANK V. QUIGLEY
131 Alton Road
PHONE 5-2305
To All Our Friends And
Acquaintances
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
THOMAS ANGLIN
of the
INTERNATIONAL
BUSINESS SCHOOL
2416 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
I. C. WILLINGHAM
Service Station
1540 S. W. 22nd Are.
PHONE 4-9270
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOSEPH HUTNER
408 American Bank Bldg.
BUYS AND SELLS
ACREAGE
To the Rabbis and their congregations of the State of
Florida, Greetings: May God hear your prayers on our
Holy Days, and grant you all a Year of Health and
Happiness and a Reunion with your Dear Ones in Victory
and Peace.
Sincerely,
ZacobU. Kaplan
Pres. Florida Rabbinical Association
WEST PALM BEACH
*
DR. AND MRS.
CARL N. HERMAN
Wish for all Jewry
and particularly the Wor-
shipers of
West Palm Beech.
Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
*
RABBI AND MRS.
MANUEL GREENSTEIN
Wish for ail Jewry, and partic-
ularly the members and
worshipers of
CONG. BETH EL
of West Palm Beach. Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETING ON THE OCCASION OF THE NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc.
1201 South Olive Avenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
LFA
FOR THE BEST IN
DAIRY PRODUCTS
WEST PALM BEACH
MILKCREAMICE CREAM
A Word of Thanks!
To the people of Palm Beach County and vicinity:
I want to express my heartiest appreciation for the
reception given my new venture in an effort to further
serve the Jewish community. Much thanks for the many
tokens and useful gifts presented me on opening day of
the Vienna Delicatessen.
Mrs. Mary Schrebnick
LAINHART & POTTER
ESTABLISHER 1893
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS"
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach. Fla.
MB
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the
Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro*
ducts and Ice Cream.
AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
AND SON PFC. JOE
WEST PALM BEACH
wish for all their relatives
and hundreds oi friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


I


I xr*t '"
PAGE SIXTEEN
+Je*ist> fkridpam
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER K ,.,
dom. Paris was the seat of the
Central Consistory, established
by Napoleon in 1809, and of many
Jewish institutions, including
the famous Yiddish "Volks-Uni-
versitaeten."
Will Paris again be a center of
flourishing Jewish life after this
war? Will the thousands of Jew-
ish refugees who escaped to
Switzerland, North Africa and
the Western Hemisphere return
to their homes in France? Will
the Jewish institutions of char-
ity and learning that were de-
stroyed by the Nazis and their
stooges in the course of four
dreadful years be restored after
the liberation of metropolitan
France? Only time will answer
the question. Time will show
to what an extent the indomi-
table spirit of France and Israel
will be able to repair the dam-
age clone by the enemy of man-
kind in the darkest years of the
history of France.
SCHOLARSHIP CHAIRMAN IS
NAMED BY WOMEN'S CLUB
The Jews in France
(Continued from Page 12)
lived in the 16th century, was of
party Jewish blood, as were the
great modern novelists Anatole
France and Marcel Proust. The
number of Jews who became
prominent in the realm of bel-
les-lettres and science is legion.
The philosopher Henri Bergson
who received the Nobel prize "in
recognition of his rich and life-
giving ideas and resplendent art
with which they are presented"
and the physicist Gabriel Lipp-
man who was awarded the same
honor "for his method based
upon the phenomenon of inter-
ference for reproducing colors by
photography" are among them.
Jews have been fighting gallant-
ly in the French armies since
the days of Napoleon who made
a man of Jewish blood, Andre
Massena, Marshal of France. In
the summer of 1940, a Colonel
Schwartz, who commanded 1,300
men in the Maginot fortress of
Hohwald, continued to fight the
Nazis for two weeks alter the
armistice against overwhelming
odds, until a general arrived from
Vichy and ordered the surrender
of the garrison.
At this hour, there is no way
of knowing how many famished,
but jubilant Jews have emerged
from their hiding places in the
glorious moment w hen the
French patriots gained complete
control over the metropolis. Pans
was for many centuries a strong
center of Jewish life. Jews are
first mentioned in Paris at the
end of the 6th century. In the
Middle Ages the city contained
three synagogues and two ceme-
teries. It was the center of Jew-
ish studii's; the famous scholar
Samuael ben Meir. shortly call-
ed "Eashbam" lived in Pans for
a while, and Mattathias ben
Moses, a pupil of Rashi, headed
the city's outstanding Talmudic
school. Although the Jews wen
expelled from France in 1394.
they did not disappear entirely
from Pans. In the centuries to
follow they lived there in the
guise of Christians or Marranos,
and a French queen summoned
the great Eliyah Montalto to
Paris in 1611 as court physician.
About the middle of the 18th
century only 150 families lived
in the city, but the number of
the Jewish population was swell-
ed rapidly after 1870, when many
Jewish families from Alsace Lor-
raine emigrated to the capital in
order not to be subjected to the
Prussian rule, and after 1771.
when Russian refugees turned Buy War BonCts and Stamps to
to the proverbial Mecca of Free- help preserve Democracy.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE is MKHEHV GIVEN thai
the underslaned, ilenii'inK '" nKiiK''
In business under lh.- fictitious "'.....
of LIBERTY WINIxiW CLEANERS,
at SSI Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach.
Florida, inti-nd* to register Mm said
name with the Clark ol 11>.- Circuit
Court ..f i>ud<' County, Florida
BENJAMIN STERN.
Sole uwner
MA I! TIN GENET
Attorney for Applicant.
n't:. : 1-8-15-22
MlTli'K IS HEREBY (JIVES that
the undersigned, desiring to t-iiKaice
In IxiHincHH under the li lltloua name
of DREXEL COFFEE SHOP. 445-
44 EHpanoia Way, Miami Beach.
Florida, Intend! to register tin- said
name with the Clerk of Mm circuit
Court of Dude County, Florida.
RAE WOOLF
MTERS A. HEIMAN
Attorney* for Petitioner
i. I-8-16-22-2S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned will realstei with
the ''leik of the <'Ircull Courl In and
for Dade County, Florida, the ficti-
tious" name, PONCE slim-: STORE,
.it l'.:l'| Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral
liable*, Florida, under which I am
engaged In business
i:mam 'EL HEIDERMAN
MIRIAM HEIDERMAN
i iw net i
! B-15-22-28
Mrs. S. F. Danels of the Hade
Business and Professional Wo-
mens Club has been appointed
State Scholarship Chairman of
the Florida Federation of Busi-
ness .ind Professional Women's
Clubs, by Mrs Lorena O. Richey,
: r< sident of the State Federation.
Mrs. Danels was stale publicity
chairman for the Florida Fed* I
ation during l942-4;i, at which
tune she won a national award
foi club publicity. She is a char-
ter member of the Dade Business
and Professional Women's Club
and has served in the capacity of
publicity chairman for two years.
sin- is now servinb as second
vice-president.
The duties ol scholarship chair-
man in The state consists of gen-
eral supervision of the fund
which was created in honor of a
past president, Miss Hattie Hoe-
buck: approving of rejecting ap-
plications for the use oi the fund;
encouraging contributions thei r
in and awarding scholarships on
a competitive basis. At the pres- ,
ent time, there are five students
making use of the scholarship
fund. All clubs in the state con-
tribute to the fund.
The State Federation contrib-
utes to the support of the Chair
of Democracy at the Southern
Women's College at Lakeland.
Fla.
The- Dade Club has its own
scholarship fund also, which is
used for business school train-
ing.
S. K A H N
EXTENDS NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FEATURING
A. C. Horn Co. Paints
*
fllA I T*0 COM* DO *W
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i
FLOOR SANDING AND WAXING MACHINES
RENTED
FLAGLER PAINT & GLASS STORE
1741 West Flagler St. phone 3-8924
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi.- undersigned, desiring Ui engage in
hunlneas under the flctltloui name
of DOPSWORTH APARTMENTS,
lo. .i u cl .it ; '.i ;::,- ;ii |3 Sixth SI ,
Miami lieai h. Floi Ida, Intend! to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Cln uil Courl of Dade
County, Florida
Minims JANOVSKY
SILVER, KAPLAN A P1ETZ
Attorneys foi Applicant
_'.. 9 1-8-15 22
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned ..: engaged In bus-
in, -- under the fictitious nami ol
JIMMIE'S 23RU ST RESTAURANT,
at 318-320 S3rd Street, Miami Beach.
I-*1.....In, and Intend to reglstei the
said rictltk>UK name In the offl......f
tin t'lerk of the ('ircull Courl of
I lade 'ii'intv Floi Ida
I'M I. (1ER8TMAN
MARK (IROSS'MAN
(if.nnOK CHERTKOK,
Al to- ne> fni Alililli in '-
' I 22 10 6
Not herehi gl\ en thai the
underslg.....i. desiring ti> engage in
hiisinesii undei the fictitious name ol
i >RAN;E HOWL, 232 k Klaglei Ml .
Miami. Florida, intends t" reglstei
ihe -.i oi name In the offlri of the
Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dude
County, Florida
HERMAN SHIFREN
'. I -8-I5-22-29
IN COUNTY JIMMIES COURT
ii.uii; County, Florida
No. 18981
Re: ESTATE OF MONTH MACK-
i.\ s Fi iRESTER. Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Notice In hereby given that I havo
filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge aa Administrator
,.f the estate ol MONTE MACKLYN
FORESTER, deceased; ami that on
the -'lh day <>f September, IS44. I
will apply to the M......rattle w. p.
Ulan ton. Count) Judge of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as a minlstrator of the Estate ol MONTE
MACKLYN FORESTER, deceased
This 22nd day of August. 1344.
Robert forester
max r silver
Attorney f"i Administrator.
J- IS
IN
I
THE COUNTY limn.
N AN 11 F,,{ j" >:,'.' COURT
'ROBATE
,0i2.0aoanL
"i lHl..,ol.' l.trv>M
To All Cl
Having Claims
Said Batata:
Yon. ami each
notified ami

miuiea ami rcmilred i,7 ,"* n"y
claim. ,, demind. which"?1 u*
either of sou. may have "" "
!" .l;:- f* Side Count^K?
estate
deoeaa
Ida, to
County
rile tiie
County
he Hon." w ":.'">, or.
Courthouse in i'',.," ,h
Florida, within eight al',r' '""">
from the data of i ,'.":,r Wmuii
Keep on buying War Bonds.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
FILE S80M
Notice is hereby given that ERN-
EST UN WOOD THOMAS, holder as
assignee of Everglades Drainage
Districi Tax Certificate Numbered
dated the 1M day of June. A
D, 19412, has filed said Certificate In
in) office, and has made application
for lax deed to laaue thereon in ac-
coidance with law. Bald Certificate
embraces the following described
property, situated in Dade County,
FloiIda to wit
lid !1, Block lt>, Semlnnle
Lawn, a It.Mil, I'lJlt Hook II.
Page I, in the Counts of Dade
State of FIOI lil i
The assessment of said property
Under the said Certificate issued was
in the name of MILDRED WICKER.
Unless sani Certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 20th day of
September, A D 1944,
i'it'd tin- ISth day of Auaruat.
A l> 1844
I?. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
I lade Count \, Floi ui.i
B N c STERRETT. n. C.
(Circuit Court Seal)
8/18-25 8/1-8-1S
uom me date of m... .'V' '"'"ilhs
tlon hereof Said ,," JjWNka-
claimant
III,-sent.-i
ie barred.
I9:t:i l'rohati
and to |,
Date
r<*"8 f the
ee Section 120
will
"t the
Beptember \
WII.I.IAM
D, 1MI
As Administrator of ti, i- .'"
, WILLIAM 1. BOZARTH
MAX It. BILVER '"l" '' ID
oU,",'-'"',\ f'" Administrator
1/8-18-22-29 In .;
NOTICE %AAPSUCAT,0N rT
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
Fi|e A 8305
NOTICE IS HEREBY Morns Maiks hold.., of s,,n. 'i'
County Tax Certlfk-at. ""fS
Issued the is, ,ia> ..f ..
has filed earn.- i ,v ffj,. JJ,1?*
I""1- *PP"fatlon fo, a t.,x ZUil
syfinrttifesi........"-
Tract fi:; less anal and rat
and less Hal ItW ......,, |.,k
1106. Page j.,1. emu,
'it c.,s. Bub., Plal Book I
Page 87, contali Ing |.| | ..
more
Dad
The
Ullilel
name
I.
t V
" h-s.s. in the County .,
e. Bute of Florida.
aameni ,.f nald pr
the sani certlfli ate w-ai
of: PUgler 'I'aiiiiauii
1 II less said rei tifi, .,:. KhaU |^ r,.
lined according t.. law, the iirmnr.
described therein H,n i. ^,,, j,
the highest bidder al thi
House door on the first tfondll it
the month of October, : 11. whi.-h i<
the 2nd dav of October, i!-i4
Dated this 20th daj of August, IM4
E, B. leatiii:i:m \\
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade Countv, Florida
By I. M JOHNSON, l> C.
ICIn uit Court Seal)
9/1-8-1S-22
We join in the hope and prayer, voiced in this
Season of Solemn Assembly, that the New Year
will not only bring Victory but will also see the
planting of the seeds of a Lasting Peace!
To our many friends everywhere we extend
the traditional greeting:
"May you be inscribed for a good year."
H. J. HEINZ COMPANY
PITTSBURGH. PA.
Makers of the 57 Varieties many of which b*r
the @ teal of approval of the UNION OF
ORTHODOX CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.
HEINZ FOODS


AY SEPTEMBER 15. 1944
+JewisMorSdlic>r>
PAGE SEVENTEEN
rtJsH HASHONAH MESSAGES
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
From President Roosevelt
. .^n ,.ITA' President
,WSRraRosh Hashonah
Z issued through the Jewish
Tnhic Auency. emphasized
uiK ^'ndfui of the con-
CJ. traffic plight of the Jews
E d>s determined to per-
K "until justice, tolerance and
K are re-established through-
rlhe world" The message said:
Upon this celebration of the
i -Tear I extend to my fellow
Utatt of the Jewish faith most
Sitings, mindful of the
w in w"ich so many of
ESfalttl still live and die
'Troad. and determined withal
I Enre and peace are reestablished
lihrouihoul the world."
1 Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Kr, Vice-Preside^ Wallace
Washington rJTA.-The fol-
Ltai Rosh Hashanah message
b the Jew* of America was issued
L, by Vice-President Wallace
Uugh the Jewish Telegraphic
-Rosh Hashanah in 1944
ihould be more joyous for the
Berth people than any which
Ihive been celebrated for the
Ltt 10 vear.s. No people has
Iborne such a hc*vy burden of
Iwir: no people has lost such a
Ihith percentage by death and
Lunation. But now again there
L a 'saving remnant" and this
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CARUSO'S
RESTAURANT
U7 W. Flagler Stri
PHONE 9-2309
remnant will carry forward in1-,)
the new day the democratic
hope and high religious spirit
which has always been implicit
In the Jewish way of life.
"May Rosh Hashanah in 1944
be as a door closing upon mis-
eries of the past and opening
to the realization of aspirations
and to unexpected opportunities
for peace and fruitful labor in
the days ahead."
From the Secretary of Slate
Washington (JTA>Secretary
of State Cordell Hull, in a Rosh
Hashonah message issued through
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
expressed his hope that the com-
ing months will bring an end to
the war and will thus solve the
Jewish problem in Europe. The
message declares:
"On this occasion of the cele-
bration of the Jewish New Year,
as I send cordial greetings to
all our citizens of Jewish faith.
I should like also to express
my sincere hope that the com-
ing months will bring to an end
the present devastating world
conflict, and with it the solu-
tion to the tragic problems that
endure for others of your faith
on the continent of Europe."
From Secretary of the Interior
Washington < JTAI Secretary
Harold L. Ickes of the Interior
issued the following Rosh Has-
honah message through the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency:
"I extend greetings and good
wishes for the NEW YEAR to
my fellow Americans of the
Jewish religion. Although the
last twelve months have been
a period of rising hope, the
plight of your co-religionists in
Europe has been only slightly
ameliorated.
"Heroic deeds have been per-
formed by men and women of
all faiths, struggling to restore
civilization to a maddened
Europe. The average of the
horror has been great; how
much greater then must it have
been for those unfortunate ones
at the very top of the scale who
suffered the full vengeful lust
of the blood thirsty Hitler and
his satellites. Yet, there have
been evidences of a forceful
progressive success by the United
Nations. Encouragement has
been given to the downtrodden
peoples, and it is .not beyond
the realm of possibility and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
WARD WANTS 2 C-U
at
VICK JR. LIQUORS
1045 N. E. ltt Arenue
PHONE 9-1505
certainly within the mind to
hope that the next 12 months
will witness an end of the
slaughter thrust upon men by
Hitler.
"The grief and anguish which
this war has brought to thous-
ands, and more especially to
those of Jewish faith, will leave
an indelible mark on mankind.
It is my fervent hope that vic-
tory can quickly be achieved
and that we. as a nation may
help reconstruct a world in
which men will respect each
other as humans entitled by
right to enjoy the freedoms
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
VOGU E
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PHONE 5 7489
Office 8c Plant
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which are the mark of civiliza-
tion."
From Attorney General Biddle
Washington < JTA^ Attorney
General Francis Biddle issued
through the Jewish Telegraphic
(Continued on Page 24)

A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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It is Our Wish for Everyone That the New Year Will be a Contin-
uance of Health, Happiness and Prosperity-and a Restoration of ^

'eace an
d Brotherhood for All Mankind


en.K*a EIGHTEEN
+3t*lstifkrMiaM
raTOAY^SOTEMBER 15
Rabbinical Association Presents
Five Ideas For The New Year
"Bamokom Sheballoi T'shuva
Omdira Aen Tzadikim Gemoo-
rim Yrrholim L'amod!"
"True Repentance is the Key-
note of the Hour"
We believe it is necessary at
the outset of the New Year 5705.
the earth. Every form of oppres-
sion and tyranny must be con-
demned by the sincere Hebrew;
every' form of crime and cruelty
must be denounced.
The third principle that should
to define our religious outlook for become a part of the philosophy
the coming year as well as a pro- 'is the principle of liberal-minded-
cram if true peace is to be en- (ness. By libcial-mindedness, we
throned after the war.
To us as Rabbis. Judaism is a
"Way of Life." a philosophy that
enables us to crystallize an atti-
tude towards the pressing prob-
lems of the moment. In view of
this need we formulate a five-fold
program that serves as a decla-
ration of principles for the modern
Jew in the New Year.
In the first place we must
maintain the ideal of individuality,
not in the sense of selfishness, but
in the sense of the sacredness of
human life. This is one of the
ideals that we must carry to a
world where human individuality
is no longer recognized and human
personality is no longer appre-
ciated. This is the moment when
we should proclaim the Biblical
concept of man being created in
the image of God. which means
that human life is divine and
human personality godlike. Let
us have the courage to champion
this ideal of divine oneness and
the God of oneness will be with
us.
The second ideal is the ideal
of mercy and tolerance. If there |
is any phase of our Hebraic herit-
age that is still surgmgly alive
it is this quality of mercy m the
heart of Israel. Our compassion
must go out not only to one's
own people but also to serve every
mean an appreciation and deep
understanding of our fellow-man
irrespective of race, color of creed
in our economic, social and
religious sphere. This, too. is a
lesson taught by Jewish history,
that the fate of civilization is in-
separable from tiie fate of the
liberal trend m human life; tiiat
when liberalism prevails, civiliza-
tion prospers, and when liberalism
falters, civilization fails. As Jews
we feel that the Biblical and
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Single or rcartr tri-almrnM *.pgolntsn#Dl
'"I'd bv ohofi.ns :-:iM. Dr. I brlane. Natarapalhlr Pairlaa. Dirfrtov
:I3-13-1] BUra'n. IUvl*ard
talmudic teachings emphasising
that the salvation of mankind lies
in the universal spread of generos-
ity and liberal-mindedness, are
profoundly right.
The fourth ideal that Judaism
teaches is to cherish the ideal of
learning. This. too. is a vital
part of the heritage of our people.
This is another ideal pathetically
needed in the life of humanity
today. For one of the trastr
pha?es in the life of nations at
this moment la the deprecation
of learning and men of learning.
It is this anti-intellectual move-
ment that is destroying art and
science and literature; and forces
scholars and thinkers into a
Spartan philosophy of the fist
and fang.
The fifth ideal is the ideal of
peace. It urges the uprooting of
hatred from the heart of nations:
the abolishing of Instruments of
death and the turning of destruc-
tive forces into constructive forces.
This remains the teaching of
Israel to destroy the psychology
of war.
There is very little tliat we. as
a people, can do at the moment
by way of stopping international
strife and by way of eliminating
the lust for blood. But we can
reach out beyond the present
moment and gradually begin to
undermine the passions for war
and lilootLshed. It is our task to
tell humanity that world peace
in :. if is an abstract phrase;
that there can be no world peace
until there is peace in Uie world:
that there can be no peace in
the world until ttZ "
^ *t of roarT *->
M* this Rosh .w.
^ an understand 0nn*h|
Put an end to ?,*
Ma* 'our belo^ ? -S
fromthera,C^3
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with.., the fine i* *
civilisation. -aetlsfr.,
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.y SEPTEMBER 15, 1944
^Jenistifhridficin
PAGE NINETEEN
EVIEW OF THE YEAR
seance .t Some *fifcjff&f* *wi.h *m 5701,
. world's eyes the past year
I concentrated on the battle-
' It was there we knew that
Remains of whatever civiliza-
i Z had left would have to
Uwd was there that any
that Jewry had must be
mod Hitlers annihilating
icould only be stopped, in
last analysis, by choking the
;0Ul of his armies.
L. two main events of the
Lr were the relentless Russian
' m the east, ousting the Ger-
from the last vestige of
. soil, pushing them back
[Rumania. Lithuania, and Po-
L jnd approaching to the very
Lj of Germany, and the Anglo-
Ucan landing in Normandy.
m which marked the inaugu-
tion of this second front, was
jlded by Jews throughout the
I in Jerusalem. Jews gath-
at the Wailing Wall. In
njlyn. elderly pious Jews
rched in their praying shawls
I recited psalms to mark it.
came with particular satls-
ction to Jews to learn that the
t assault line of boats on D-
i was led by a Brooklyn Jewish
U. Abraham Condiotti. and
,i a Brooklyn Jewish boy. Ser-
Bl Halperm. was the first to
set foot on French soil.
took great satisfaction,
in learning of the important
Russian Jews were playing
fiht Russian offensive. The list
I decorations for valor conferred
I Russian Jews ran into the tens
fthousands during the year. The
inter of Jewish high officers
, also very .significant, and it
. particularly gratifying that
[commander of the White Rus-
j Army, first to reach the Ger-
tn border, was a young Jewish
military genius of thirty-six. Gen-
eral Chernikhovsky.
The rapid advance of the Rus-
sian armies, however, brought
gloom also as the liberating armies
entering old Jewish centers of
populations, discovered that Hit-
ler had made good on his threats
to annihilate the Jews. In Odessa,
Vilna. Minsk. Pinsk. Lublin, cities'
which had boasted large Jewish
populations and which historically
had been great centers of Jewish
culture, scarcely a Jew was to be
found alive. Some, to be sure.
had fled to join the partisan forces
fighting roundabout. Others had
escaped in time to the interior
of Russia, but there was scarcely
room for doubt that the greater
portion had been exterminated by
the Nazis.
This extermination had been of
a manifold nature. Doubtless
many had died of starvation,
others had been worked to death
by the Nazis, but the greater por-
tion had been deliberately put to
death in "death factories" estab-
lished by the Nazis. A Christian
organization with headquarters in
Switzerland, t h e International
Church Ecumenical Refugee Com-
mission, revealed that their re-
ports showed that in two camps,
close to two million Jews had been
put to death in "gas chambers."
Hope still refuses to down
Israel is like a mother who has
received from the War Depart-
ment a dispatch that her son is
missing in action. She hopes that
this does not mean death. She
hopes that somehow he is alive
and that one day he will come
rapping at her door.
How many Jews have survived
in Germany. Austria. Holland,
Czechoslovakia. Jugo-Slavia. Den-
mark, Prance, Poland?
In Germany, we may take it
for granted that, except for such
Jews from European countries
who may have been imported for
slave labor, there are virtually no
Jews.
In Austria, the Gestapo itself
released figures showing that only
approximately 1,500 Jews are still
to be found in Vienna and that in
other parts of Austria there are
only between five and seven
thousand Jews. It may be that
this figure is relatively accurate.
In Czecho-Slovakia. whatever
Jews may be left will probably be
found in the Therezin fortress or
concentration camp.
In Jugo-Slavia, thanks to the
General Tito, there may be more
Jewish survivors. One report had
it that no less than 30.000 Jews
were fighting under the banner
of the Partisan leader. General
Tito.
In France, too, there may be
hope that the underground has
helped many Jews to escape. Yet
we cannot be too sure that their
number is large.
In Denmark, many Jews escaped
to Sweden. Swedish fisherman,
following the beginning of Nazi
raids, launched a regular ferry
service carrying escaping Jews.
It was significant that in the case
of Danish Jews, the Swedish gov-
ernment made a formal offer to
Hitler to take the Danish Jews
off his hands and provide them
asylum, but the Nazis rejected the
offer as impudent. They were not
only seeking to get rid of the Jews
(Continued on Page 20)
IjfWS
(SINCERE GREETINGS
for
IA HAPPY NEW YEAR
Judge and Mrs.
MORRIS BERICK
JOY and
FRANK MARTIN
yj
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Mr. and Mrs.
HAROLD TURK
AND DAUGHTER
CORNELIA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
MORRIS KALER
ii!
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1200 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-5197
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2751 S. W. 27th Arenue
PHONE 4-9209
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H!
Mr. and Mrs.
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AND FAMILY
MAY WE EXTEND
SINCERE GREETINGS TO
JEWRY EVERYWHERE
WOFFORD
HOTEL
2400 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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REAL ESTATE APPRAISER
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Security Bldg. Phone 3-7796
yj
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Greetings to Our Many
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CLOVER CLUB
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4
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i
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TO OCR MANY FRIENDS
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709 N. E. 79th Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
WISTERIA
FRUIT COMPANY
303 E. FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI PHONE 3-2833
HAPPY NEW YEAR
,. to
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Lakein Jewelry Co.
4*4 L'ncoln Road
PONE 5-1837
iji
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To My Many Friend*
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Formerly of the
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
PHONE 3-8263
To Our Many FriendsA Most
Happy Hli MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER
nd FAMILY
and
Henry's Auto Parts
76 N. W. 14th St. Ph. 3-1427
L
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Bags. Belts, Wallets. Shell
Lamps, Costume Jewelry, F.tc.
"we ship-
RAY'S GIFT SHOP
225 E. I-Uglrr Street
MIAMI'S OLDEST GIFT SHOP
A Happy New Year to All
Wilson Drug Store
201 Palm Arenue, Hialeah
PHONE 8-2212
TO OCR MANY FRIENDS
WE EXTEND BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY AND
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NEW YEAR
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Candies and
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COMPANY
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COMPANY
510 DuPont Building
PHONE 3-6317
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our Many Friends
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228 OCEAN DRIVE
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ty
uj
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216 N. E. 79th Street
MIAMI
PHONE 7-4292
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11 N. E. 2nd Avenue
WISH ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
iy

NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To My Many Jewiih Friendi
and Patron*
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Ph. 3-9166. 2901 N.W. 2nd A*.
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PAGE TWENTY
+ kijfk*k*ti*
Review Of The Year
(Continued from Page 19)
but wanted the satisfaction
murdering them.
of
prosecution of the
to the
effort. However, about the same
time, President Roosevelt, in a
personal talk with Rabbis Wise
Happier news during the year land silver, expressed Ills opposi-
came from Italy. At first the tion t0 tne white Paper and later
surrender of Italy led to an inten- ^h thc Democratic and the Re-
ification of drives against the
.lews, particularly in northern
Italy. But after the Allies had
driven them out of Rome and its
enrivons, the plight of such Jews
as had survived of course im-
proved. Of the pre-war Jewish
population in Rome of 12,000 it
was believed only some 4.000 sur-
vived.
In North Africa, at the besin-
ning of the year, there was some
initial disgruntlement oyjC the
abrogation of the Cremieux Decree
by General Qiraud, but the De
Gaullist regime later reinstated
the Cremieux regulation.
Events in Palestine
pivoted about the White Paper
which went into force in March.
By the provisions of the White
Paper, there was to be no further
Jewish immigration into Palestine
and all selling of lands to Jews in
publican parties adopted planks
in their platforms favorable to
Jewish aspirations in Palestine.
In South America during the
year, notably in Argentina and
Bolivia, fascist regimes resorted to
anti-Semitic devices. In Argen-
tina. Jewish children were seg-
gregated in the public schools.
Toward the close of the year,
the situation of the Jews in Hun-
gary attracted wide Jewish inter-
est. Hitler's occupation of Hun-
gary was followed by the usual
deportations of Jews, which meant
extermination in camps in Poland.
All efforts were bent to saving
largely ,ne Jews in tnjs am,ost solitary
untouched reservoir of Jews in
Europe. The President issued
several warnings to the Hungarian
government that they would be
held criminally responsible if any-
thing happened to Hungarian
r to permit the exodous of all Hun-
garian Jews with visas for Pales-
tine, an offer which was accepted
by the government* of the D R
and Great Britain.
Looking to post-war restoration,
the American Jewish Conference
had been created with the ac-
quiescence of most major Jewish
organiaztions. However, during
the year the American Jewish
Committee announced its with-
drawal in view of its inability to
acquiesce in the political Zionist
ideology of the Conference. How-
ever, the American Jewish Com-
mittee also strongly opposed the
White Paper and Judge Proskauer
made a special trip to Washington
to lay before Secretary Hull his
opposition in this matter.
As the year closed, the post-
war demands of Jewry seemed to
crystallize. For one thing, it was
clear that an international bill of
rights for Jews would be demand-
ed. It appeared that the old de-
mand for minority right* in each
European country would be aban-
doned.
A word must be said about the
augmenting of the relief program.
The United Jewish Appeal asked
American Jewry for a fund of
$30.000,000-largest in history
for the purpose of rehabilitating
the liberated communities.
Incomplete statistics that were
released by the National Jewish
Welfare Board for War Records,
and local surveys by Jewish com-
munities in various cities through-
out the country, showed that ap-
proximately nine percent of the
Jewish population in the United
TODAY,^SEPTBMig, lfl
Jewish o. gamaatioB. Z *
the leading ESPJS
tion to the &oSJ5
money ,d in ^.Ib;
lauded by Basil S&^
assumption of offJ""*on I
Palestine was terminated. The|Jew8 The warning of the Presi-
Wh.te Paper was of course vigor- dent was beamed l0 ,
ously contested by .Jews in Pales- L, ^ A,Ued lanes
me and extremists even resorted ;dropped tens of thousands of ,.af_
to violence in then opposition. lcts conveylnff the same warning
Members of the so-called Stem The Popp fe ^^
5 JT K? ??? SS >". the King of Sweden also
mvaded the permises of he police j)jfted (hejl. vojCM (Q
stations m Jerusalem. Jaffa Haifa WMn thc Hungarian ,uthor,tlei.
and Tel Aviv and wrecked them. \n^B,t R-^ HorUiy annovinced
in one instance, the British broad- !Ulat his governmpnt WM piwired
casting station in Palestine was ._____
momentarily taken over by the
extremists. Later an attempt was
made to assassinate the retiring
High Commissioner of Palestine.
Sir Harold MacMichael who had
been none too friendly to the
Jewish side.
The fight on the White Paper
was taken up by American Jews |
when Congress saw a measure.
introduced in it expressing Ameri- !
can opposition to the Whitej
Paper. The measure seemed about
to pass when the War Depart-'
ment took a hand in the matter!
and General Marshall, Chief of j
Staff of the U. S. armies, appeared
before the House Foreign Affairs :
committee to protest against the j
passage of the resolution on the j
ground that it would be inimical
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
KIRKHAM JEWELRY 8c
OPTICAL COMPANY
SHORELAND ARCADE
PHONE 2-4847
f
Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise
extend beit withes to all
their relaties and friends
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR GBMTINGa
CHECKER
CAB & BAGGAGE CO.
I6tl ALTON ROAD
PHONE 5-3131
COMPLIMENTS
MR. and MRS.
HENRY D
WILLIAMS
AND FAMILY
Sincere Wishes to All Our
Relatives and Friends for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS.
GEORGE CHERTKOF
and Son
STANLEY IVAN
Best Wishes to Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
HIGHLAND PARK
PHARMACY
GLENN R. HALL. Prop.
936 N. W. 7th Avenue
Season's Greetings
from
5 O'CLOCK CLUB
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETING8
To Oar Many Friend*
CHARLIE'S INN
233 23rd Street
Miami Beach. Florida
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
JOHN B. ORR, Inc.
Building Construction
Quarry Koysiono
PHONE 2-4159
25 N. E. 20th Street
SINCERE WISHE8 FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JAMES T. WILSON
Superintendent of
Public Insirartion
Sincere., Wi.J,., 7
HAPPY NEW YEA,'
1
Mr. and Mrs.
G0'9e j. Talianoff
Susan
GREETINGS FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
KATZ
LIQUOR STORES
Miami Beach. Florida
To Our Patrons and Friends
A Most Happy New Year
MINNA LEE YOUNG
COLONY SHOP
S03 LINCOLN ROAD
Also Visit the
BIG BROTHER SHOP
WILSON'S YOUNG
MEN'S SHOP
557 LINCOLN ROAD
SEASON S GREETINGS
HENRY A. POHL. IS
Slate Distributors
GRAY
MARINE MOTORS
Gasoline and Diesel
OB N. E. 13th Street
PHONE 2-1577
Te Our Many Friends and
Patrans
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
FOUR SISTERS
HUNGARIAN
RESTAURANT
5 W..hi.,t.n AmTM
PHONE 5-9709
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MIAMI PLUMBING
SUPPLY CO.
Ilff N. W. 27 th ATenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
S. H.lp.nn Phona 3-4552
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GREETING*
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MIAMI FLORIDA
*
TO ALL
A HAPPY NEW YEAI
T*
GENERAL
SHEET METAll
1943 N. W. l.t COURT
PHONE 9-1437
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
ZISSEN'S
BOWERY
1749 N. Miami Avenue
Bue T-I-1S pass the Bowery
HAPPY NEW YEAI
To Our Many Frien*
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A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miami Beach Chomical Co.
ANCHOR BRAND PRODUCTS
Hotel, Janitor, Sanitary Sop-
plies, Deodorant*. Disinfectants
Phone 5-4353
924 l.t Street, Miami Beach
ROWLAND P. EVANS
GREETINGS
ON THE NEW YEAR
KASSIN'S
LINEN SHOP
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
WEST PALM BEACH
V
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
BILL JORDAN'S
BAR OF MUSIC
MIAMI BEACH
4*
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEA
TO ALL JEWRY
Dr. Roger W. Arnold]
221 S. W. 22nd A
MIAMI, FLORIDA
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
PHONE 3-3658
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
M20 Contrast Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY NEW
For Fast Dependable Sen*
GABLES Ml
Sensible Rates
.1703 S. \S. th Street
PHONE MM
SEASONS GREETINGS
VEGETABLES
ITAMINS
ICTORY
Klefeker Product Co.
Htl N. W. 9JBd] St. Pfc. 3-9795
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F.r Service .M M*
Call M*l
WHITE STAR CM I
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m m. OB*.***^
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JAY. SEPTEMBER IS, 1944
+ leisi fkrichan
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
Meeting Moments And Eternal Vows
(The Pros and Cona of War Marriage*
By RUTH KARPF
1944, Jewih Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
Copyright
, ,.ri I know, a nice average
-San kid who worked as a
r m a laW 0ffiCe gt
Hrtthe other day. She got
I w a soldier who was ex-
. his POE orders any day.
"i met him at a party two
L earlier. The boy is now
L,ce I met the girl after
TSteft sne looked QUlte
" t wondered why she had
Ed this boy she hardly knew.
i liked her.
weU" she said. "John is a
C fellow. And anyway Id
be war widow than an
Kwunded very cruel to me
[ill But on thinking it over
LJovered that this very curt
\SZ really contained all
PSnenU that make for war
L nages. The very legitimate
* ; to be happy while happi-
Z can still be had. The very
mo. conception of marriage as
Uort term affair. And the very
& mood in which It is all
L_ grabbuw mood which
grates not only aU peace-time
Uon and hesitation but also all
hought of the basic lasting values.
I Right or wrong, justifiable or
Larranted. it seemed to me a
Crv disturbing problem and an
jrUins one. upsetting not only
, the individuals involved but to
to family as a social unit and,
terefore. to the country as an
crazed community. I decided
I to- and fmd out how experts
p the various phases of human
kauons felt about the problem.
f I spoke to a doctor first: She
disapproved. Primarily, she felt
it was unfair to the girl who was
thus forced into the quite un-
necessary frustration of spending
her free time on movies and
"girls" pow wows. For most young
women, she said, it was a very
confusing situation. According to
all standards and theoretical facts,
their lives were clianged. While
in practical fact they were not.
It was rather easier on the boys
she argued. They went away.
to new experiences, new surround-
ings, new peopleand moreover,
their association with other men
was compulsory and not "compul-
sory voluntary" as was that of
the girls. No. she thought, war
marriages were psychologically
messy and not a good thing at
all.
An army chaplain whom I con-
sulted next, however, held the
opposite viewpoint. He deals with
hundreds of boys every week.
Marriage, he had found, was a
very steadying influence on the
men In khaki. It gave them a
sense of security which is what
men in battle reach out for most
often and with the greatest ur-
gency.
"It gives them something to
hold on to," the chaplain said,
"something very concrete to dream
of and fight for. Men in battle
aren-t tough, no tougher than any
civilians. Quite to the contrary
security, softness, and sweetness
are values they learn to appre-
ciate and cherish even though
before they dismissed them as
sissy stuff. Of course, it depends
on the human equation in every
case, but by and large I have
found marriage to be a very de-
sirable influence on the men. It
Is quite amazing to see how much
it means to them to be able to
talk not about a girl, or even
The Girl, but my girl. It seems
to me that compensates for all
the disadvantages war marriages
may have."
Lastly I spoke to a man who
Is almost a specialist on the
science of marriage. Dr. Sidney
Qoldstein is a professor of Social
Service and chairman of the Jew-
ish Institute on Marriage and the
Family. He condemned war mar-
riages without any reservations.
"Young men and young women
hardly more than growing boys
and girls." he said, "lose their
self control, sense of direction and
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foresight in periods of excitement
such as war and marry without
a realization of the risks or the
importance of their action. They
are moved entirely by impulse and
emotion and even delude them-
selves into believing that they are
animated by a sense of patriotism
and that their marriage is an
expression of heroic sacrifice.
This Is a dangerous mood in
which to marry. As soon as the
impulse spends itself and the
emotion subsides and the excite-
ment and hysteria pass, the young
people recognize how unwise they
have been, that there is no firm
foundation on which their asso-
ciation rests, and there can be
no stability to such a marriage.
Dr. Goldstein pointed to the
high divorce rates after the last
war as proof of his views. And
divorces, he observed, are after
all only a portion of all unhappy
unsuccessful marriages.
Piercing these three viewpoints
together, it somehow still didn't
seem to give a complete picture
or an adequate answer. I finally
got that from a young flying
lieutenant who was shot up in
Europe and Is now back in a
hospital in the States.
"You can't divide marriages in-
l* war or peace marriages." he
sa d. There just isn't such a
thing. There are right marriages
and wrong ones. The right ones
will last whenever the girl and boy
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PAGE TWENTY-TWO
+Jt*Hhfk>ri(lfon

The "Jewish" Year In Washington
By MURIEL LEVIN
(JTA Correspondent in Washington)
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
In Washington, as elsewhere in
America, there developed during
this past year a growing aware-
ness of the magnitude of the
Jewish tragedy throughout the
world. Genuine efforts were ma by many to prevent the disease
of Europe from entirely wiping
out the Jews in Nazi-occupied ter-
ritory, and from spreading else-
where in the Old World and to
the United States and South
America.
In the famed Moscow Declara-
tion, the United States. Great
Britain, and Russia promised
punishment for atrocities. On his
return to the U. S.. Secretary of
State Cordell Hull made it clear
in an address to the historic joint
;.-:. ion of Congress that the j
United Nations were more than
aware that Hitler 'has reserved'
his most brutal wrath" for the
Jews
Alter bi-partisan sponsorship
01 legislation in both Houses of
Co'.gress. Pres-oent Roosevelt es-
ttAHshcd the Wat Refugee Board
to provfe the ways and means" (
to save Jews and other minorities
from N. he nad labelled rescue ot Jews a
question of "ways and means;
in January all U. S. diplomat k
and consular offices throughout
the world were instructed to do
everything po.-ible to effectuate
the Government's war refugee
poiicy, and foreign governments
were to be approached to ascer-
tain 'lie extent to which they were
prepared to cooperate. The Board
was mae'e up o! Secretaries Hull. |
!Stim=on. and Morgenthau. A
[young Treasmy Department divi-
sion nena. John W. Pehle. was
r.MiteO leave of absence so that
.ie TOUld serve a.- executive direc-
tor. ZlM Board started diplomatic
and psychologic*] warfare against
the Axis
With ice Nncta taking over the
governments of more of the satel-
lites and spreading the reign of
tenor. President Roosevelt called
iip-m the free peoples of Europe
and Asia to open their frontiers
temporarily to all those escaping
from Nazi oppression and warned
that "all who knowingly take part
in the deportation of Jews to their
death" shall be punished. He ask-
ed that each man help watch and
record the evidence that will one
day be used to convict the guilty
and that "every German and every j
man everywhere under Nazi domi- ;
lation hide these pursued victims. ,
help them to get over their bor- i
ders. and do what he can to save
them from the Nazi hangman."
Sir Herbert Emerson of the In-
tergovernmental Committee on
Refugees came to Washington in
April to coordinate the efforts of
the international group with the
American body. He revealed then
the sluggish life being led by the
Committee, despite the "revitah-
zation" under the terms of the
Bermuda Anglo-American Con-
ference. Several more countries,
including Russia, had joined the j
refugee committee: provisions had j
! been made to finance any projects ,
J conceived. Nevertheless, little had ,
! been done up until the time of
the confab between the WRB and
the Intergovernmental Committee.
Two of the Bermuda Confer-
ence "donts" of last year were
matters of action in the United
States this year. It was agreed
before the Anglo-American Con-
ference on Refugees was held to
exclude discussion of sending food
through the blockade and of ex-
changing Axis prisoners for refu-
gees-an agreement that caused
considerable bitterness.. But both
Houses of Congress this session
speedily and unanimously asked
the State Department to feed the
starving people of occupied I
Europe. At first, the matter was
labelled a military affair, but later
the State Department revealed
that it was the opposition of the
British, who remained adamant
despite U. 8. urging. British called
sending food into Nasl-held terri-
tory "lend-lease to the enemy."
The Emergency Advisory Com-
mittee for Political Defense of the
Western Hemisphere at Monte-
video discovered that the Germans
thought the Americans did not
care what happened to 2,000 in-
ternees holding American papers.
The Germans were starting to
inflict the same inhuman treat-
ment on this group as on other
Jews. With Secretary of State
Hull agreeing, the Committee de-
cided to inform Germany of its
Interest in the refugees, and to
take steps to exchange German
nationals for the 2,000 prisoners.
The Seventy-Eighth Congress
finally acted with stiffened bark-
bone in the days before it ad-
journed temporarily In June. In
an effort to avert the impending
tragedy in Hungary, both the
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee and the House Foreign
Affairs Committee issued stronR
S.55 n~3
T
MR. AND MRS.
SAM SEITLIN
AND DAUGHTERS
BARBARA JUDITH and
HARRIETTE MARSHA
Extead Best Wishes t-i Theic
Friendi and Relatives for a
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR AND MRS.
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
and
CAROL EDDA
SEASON'S CREETINCS
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1201 N. E. lit At.hu.
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and
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MIAMI BEACH
WITH ZION'S
GREETINGS
the wish for all our mem-
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and the fulfilment of our
prayers for the Redemp-
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MIAMI BEACH
ZIONIST
DISTRICT
SHEPARD BROAD
President
MR AND MRS
DAVID STUZIN
AND SON
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS
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warnings lo "
other satclliu-s lhal ^ ^ %1
>t-m,ned that th^*M
sauted the Jrws shall k.""-
Woreign Affa.rs oS*^
-anSolBloo^aStS
measure asking tW."*1*^
wobbling and ^""2 to ,
emigrate from th'PR>
through Turkey; th, *U,,,I
the WRB U>Sac*J
Plague-ridden Trantni? H
not helped matter,^M
f the Russians adTanSH
Germans took ftS"**!
Rumania. Cordell HuU 2<
the^Congressional n^
a firm expression of ?M
of the American H
mm-derandassassinatio/oJl
'Continued on Page 23) '
LT. and MRS.
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for a
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o All Their RaUtfm
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Ly. SEPTEMBER 15, 1944
"Jewish' Year
In Washington
^n.inued trom Pee 22)
|C0Bu" st.ll U >u'r nt
-.war saw the fateful March
l" msed in ^e MacDonald
CftS "f 1939- Imml8ra-
1 r Jews into Palestine was
i but not without a struggle
.American Zionists.
r. Prince Emir Feisal.
Lh son of King Ibn-Saud and
"leister of Saudi-Arabia
into Washington, with all
festivlty befitting royalty.
Li worried lest their aspire-
in Palestine be submerged
uter m January, the
Km-Wright and Wagner-
resolutions were introduced
Ithe House and Senate. The
Lnty and minority leaders in
, Houses announced their sup-
t Hearings before the House
Lb Affairs Committee were
Mdiitely scheduled. Then op-
,n came from Arabs here.
jeWish croups who de-
mced attempts to "go back to
Icratic state." The War and
, Departments turned thumbs
n- the military situation was
tongeroUS, regardless of the
nis of the measures. Protests
red in from Arab states. Soon
$ obviou.- the bills were be-
Lally' Dr. Abba Hillel Silver
r. Stephen Wise were auth-
w by President Roosevelt to
an all-day conference of the
knean Palestine Committee
|t the Uniieu States did not
prove of the White Paper. As
uch 31 approached, the Presi-
L was asked to be more cx-
fcit. He said lie saw no con-
dition in the military position,
I Palestine a post-war prob-
The lue of Palestine was
d for the moment. March 31.
, passed in comparative quiet.
I note was the wide acclaim
accorded Dr. Walter C. Lowder-
milk's comprehensive plan to es-
tablish a Jordan Valley Authority
patterned after the TVAto
Increase absorptive capacity of
Palestine. Also on the positive
side for Zionists was the inclusion
of a Palestine plank in both
political platforms.
Denounced by Zionist groups in
the United States and by the
Jewish Agency and other recog-
nized groups in Palestine, a
"Hebrew Committee for National
Liberation" was formed here dur-
ing: the year "to speak for the
Jews of occupied Europe and of
Palestine." Peter Bergson of the
Emergency Committee to save the
Jews of Europe announced the
Liberation Committee's formation
in the unfurnished 30-room for-
mer Iranian Embassy Building
outside of which flew the blue-
and-white Zionist flag. Lattr.
Bergson. Samuel Merlin, and
Theodore Ben-Nahum. filed regis-
tration statements as foreign
agents, for themselves and the
Committee, with the U. S. Depart-
ment of Justice.
Immigration elsewhere than
Palestine appeared possible in the
postwar world. Prime Minister
John W. Curtin told Washington
during his visit here that Australia
would need many hands to help
develop the country.
Agitation on both sides of the
immigration question in the U. S.
broke out periodically in Congress.
A by-product of the fight to give
the Chinese a quota was an anti-
Semitic speech by Rep. William
+Ja*tst>ncrMt>t)
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
.
P. Elmer, Mississippi Democrat.
He talked about a resulting "blitz-
krieg of sympathy over the plight
of the Jew" whom, he said, "near-
ly every nation of Europe has
chased out." He concluded "there
must have been compelling rea-
sons for their actions." Rep Tom
Stewart. Tennessee Democrat.
Rep. A. Leonard Allen. Louisiana
Democrat, Rep. Edward H. Rces
Kansas Republican, Rep. Jennings
Randolph. West Virginia Demo-
crat, all urged lowering quotas
Most vociferous of the group was
Senator Robert R. Reynolds, Nortli
Carolina Democrat, who formed
the American Nationalist Commit-
tee to save America for the Ameri-
cans. Reynolds "rounded out"
figures put forth by Assistant
Secretary of State Breckenridge
Longbut later corrected by the
Immigration and Naturaliaztion
Serviceand ranted about the
600,000 aliens taken in.
The Justice Department, how-
ever, opposed resolutions to lower
immigration quotas. Statistics, it
said, showed that immigration was
at its lowest in 80 years. There
was no need to antagonize the
fjroups with whom we are fighting
the war and with whom we would
have to build the peace by closing
our doors, the Department argued.
Figures showed that 90% of avail-
able visas were unused.
The resignation of Earl C. Har-
rison, for two years commissioner
of the Immigration and Naturali-
zation Service, brought to the fore
several inconsistencies In our laws:
discrimination on the basis of
race: aliens serving in the army
unable to become citizens without
legal entry.
Eventually the U. S. decided to
open the immigration door a
crack. Numerous Congressmen
supported a widely publicized plan
to establish "free ports' as tempo-
rary havens for refugees. To es-
tablish a precedent for other
countries rather than with hope
of directly saving large numbers.
President Roosevelt announced the
establishment of an emergency
refugee shelter at Port Ontario.
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Happy and Victorious New Year








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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR
* teislfk>rkhan
The "Jewish" Year
In Washington
(Continued from Page 23)
vember. with a membersnip ol 44
nations, contributing personnel
and funds under the leadership
of Director General Herbert H.
Lehman. TJNRRA's chief function
will be to see that available sup-
plies of relief material are justly
allocated both among the coun-
tries which can afford to pay for
supplies and among the impover-
ished nations.
With anti-Semitism and other
forms of racial bigotry obviously
on the up-grade here, the Federal
judiciary took a hand. After
three years of study and research
into the operations of Hitler's
American underground, early last
April the Justice Department
brouRlit thirty of the country's
mosi virulent hate-mongers to
trial for sedition.
At year's end, the number of
defendants had been trimmed
down to 26 by death, illness, and
misconduct, and it looked as
(hough the case would continue
interminably. Under arrest for
contempt of court was Henry
Klein, a Jewish lawyer from N. Y.
who undertook the defense of
Euyene N. Sanctuary "in order to
waken the Jewish people of the
United States to the tremendous
wrong that is being done them by
a handful of self-important Jew-
ish political madmen." Also put-
ting in anti-Jewish barbs was
Aibcn Dillini:. acting for Eliza-
beth Dilline who did what she
did because she did not want to
see the American "gentile majoi-
it-. suppressed by the "Jewish
minority."
Out of the running was Attor-
M James J. Laughlin. who with
as much publicity as he could
master, warned President Roose-
veii that the trial would create
wave of hostility toward the
Jewish race, tried to subpoena
Henry Ford and Charles Lind-
bergh as witnesses because they
were bigger anti-Semites than his
clients, and pulled similarly flashy
antics. He was fined for contempt
several times, and finally dismiss-
ed by Judge Edward Etcher. Still
on hand among others was Ira
Chase Koene. lawyer for Howard
V. Broenstrupp. who attributed all
(he evils of this and other worlds
to the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defama-
tion League.
In Congress, the House Post
Office Committee buried the
Lynch bill, which attempted to
effectiveness of the REPC. for
Southern Democrats succeeded in
pushing through a provision pre-
venting the REPC from issuing a
rule "which repeals, amends or
modifies any law enacted by the
Congress."
Meanwhile bills for a permanent
PEPC have been introduced in
prevent specimens such as those | both the Senate and the House,
being tried for sedition, from cir- | Hearings were held before the
culating their poison. A favorable House Labor Committee for sev-
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subcommittee, headed by Rep.
Samuel Weiss. Pennsylvania
Democrat, was unable to buck the
heavy opposition of the American
Civil Liberties Union. Admitting
the high degree of intolerance
existing in the U. S at the present,
the ACLU advocated counter-
propaganda as the antidote. To
prevent the mailing of racial and
religious defamations would, it
testified, be abridgment of free-
dom of speech
Just before it adjourned to
allow members to attend the na-
tional conventions. Congress final-
ly bestowed its temporary and in-
adequate blessing on the Presi-
dent's Fair Employment Practice
Committee. Headed by Malcolm
Ross, who replaced Bishop Francis
Haas, the Committee had sought
appropriations of $500,000 with
which to continue for the next
year. The vote, however, was pre-
ceded by one of the worst exhibi-
tions of racial and religious in-
tolerance ever seen in Congress
and a few last minute amend-
ments may seriously hamper the
eral weeks prior to the recess and
were expected to continue when
Congress reconvend.
Rosh Hashonah Message
(Continued from Page 17'
Agency the following Rosh Has-
honah message:
"The past year has been one
of mixed tragedy and hope for
the oppressed peoples of the
world. The trimphant march
of our armies has rightly filled
us with pride in their achieve-
ment and with grim satisfac-
tion in the justice they have
meted out to the enemy.
"In this dawn of the New
Year 5705, we have every rea-
son to believe that victory will
come soon. We cannot forget.
however, what fearful tortures
have been endured by the pitiful
victims of Nazi aggression. We
would be inhuman If we ever
forgot them, and we would be
blind if we thought that simply
by avenging the sacrifice of the
innocent we had paid our debt
to the martyred dead.
"We can only pay that debt
by insuring that never again
will we allow ourselves to be
lulled into a false security while
the forces of intolerance and
brutality are left free to sweep
the world. It is not enough that
we stamp out the evil Nazi
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PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
A
u
I Fight Because It's My Fight"
W By RUTH KARPF
,, fight because it is an obliga-
h^ause free people must
*t remain free, because when
,hfflom of one nation or per-
7SS> *wtne rig,hts f
lions and all people are
Jjned. Because through
iprted representativesI have
CtSS! to fight or not to
fttht because It's my fight."
1 cpl Jack J- Zu">fsky.
rorooral Zurofsky was speak-
fir7 million young Americans
i he wrote that. But more
'Lally ie was PeaklnB for
4M.0O0 Jewish men who are
lehtnft because tins is their
They fight for a doube
m- because they are Ameri-
and because, while in Europe
Billion Jews died under the
jnjm.n'8 Lands without a gun,
.they ha\e tuns.
h military terms 400*00 men
mount to 25 divisions. The Jew-
"" who add up to these 25
[visions fight in *he Army and
the Navv. in the Marines, in
Ringers, in the Paratroopers
-tt the Air Con* They were
,ong those who went under at
1 Harbor, among those who
mouered Guam, among those
. i*nded in North Africa, in
Mb and m Italy. They were
H those who fought at Anzlo.
at Cisterna and captured
a, They were among those
jumped into France on D-
From the lecords of the Amen-
10 Armed Forces which know of
j distinction on the basis of race
creed it is difficult to tell the
of the Jewish men in this
They are an integral part
Cfan all American fighting force.
Thus no overall statistics can
cited at this time. But there
_ certain indicative figures
which, while they do not tell a
smplfte itory, are enough to give
an idea of what the complete story
will be like once it can be told.
The figures were compiled by
the National Jewish Welfare
Boards Bureau of War- Records.
They are based on scientific sur-
veys conducted by the Bureau in
cities and sections of America that
were picked at random.
Trenton, New Jersey was one
of them. It was found that in
Trenton, 22.7 percent of the Jew-
ish men between the ages of 20
and 49 are in service, as compared
with a percentage of 20.4 percent
for non-Jews in the community.
Comparing percentages showed
also that although the Jews con-
stitute only 8.1 percent of the
total population of Trenton, 8.4
percent of Trenton's men in the
services are Jewish.
In Portland, Me., where the
Jews form 3.5 percent of the
population, the percentage of men
in the armed services is 4.8. In
Lynn, Mass. ifs 7.8 with a popu-
lation percentage of 7.1.
Another interesting figure is
the one which reveals that about
25 percent of the inductees from
a typical industrial city, Pitts-
burgh, Pa., are serving in what
is commonly regarded as one of
the most dangerous branch of the
servicethe Army Air Force. In
the same city only .7 were in such
non combattant services as Army
Administration.
One figure that was determin-
able with greater ease was the
percentage of the Jewish male
refugee population in the U. 8.
bearing arms for their adopted
country. Thirty-four is that per-
centage.
There are also those extra
figures "the above and beyond the
call of duty" figures which are the
highlights of an up-to-the mark
record.
The figure e.g. which shows
that thirty-seven Jewish men have
received ten or more awards of
valor and among them hold an
aggregate of 403 such awards.
The figure which shows that
five hundred and twelve Jewish
families in America have given a
total of 1791 sons to the armed
forces, and that fifteen of these
families have 98 sons in the sen-
ice.
And the figure shows that 29
Jewish men received the Distin-
guished Service Cross, as of June
1944, the second highest Army
award for heroism.
But the real story lies not in
figures. The real story is that:
.... Of Paratrooper Edward
Frindel, who jumped into Nor-
mandy on D-Day, fought his way
through enemy lines for seven
days, became a prisoner of war,
was liberated at Cherbourg, fought
again after that although wound-
ed until he was finally shot trying
to wipe out a German machine
Mns nest with a rifle.
.... Of Corporal Harold Mon-
ash, who was a Firsa Scout in
the Rangers. The Ransers who
were in Dieppe, who knocked out
enemy coastal installations at
Oran before the infantry came in,
who were the first to land at
Anzio and the last to die at Cis-
terna.
.... Of Sgt. Manfred Stein,
who was among the first to bomb
Nazi rocket platforms in the Pas
de Calais area.
.... Of Lt. Nathan, who was
among the first to give a pasting
to Berlin.
.... Of Lt. Leonard Bessman,
"who bravery was a by-word
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among us," and who came back
with the DSC.
.... Of Pvt. Richard Ferris,
"whose heroic actions materially
aided the United States troops in
establishing a beachhead in Italy.
"Pvt. Ferris responded to a call
for a volunteer cannoneer. He
took a position at one of the big
guns which was firing in support
of infantry units landing on the
beach. Despite heavy enemy
machine gun and artillery fire.
Private Fen-is' gun continued to
fire at enemy shore installations.
He was struck by a shell "rag-
ment. Although wounded, Private
Ferris insisted upon returning to
action after his wound had been
dressed. He continued at his post
and laid down such accurate fire
that his gun succeeded in silencing
two enemy machine guns; two
field artillery pieces: and caused
four tanks to disperse.. This action
enabled the infantry to establish
the beachhead.
.... Of Captain Samuel Horo-
witz, who operated on American
soldiers in the Le Havre area
while enemy shells and shrapnel
were strafing the operation table.
.... Of Lt. Abe Condiotti who
was the first man to land on the
beaches of Normandy on June 6.
.... Of medic Epstein who
fought it out with his fists with
medic Schmidt on no-man's land
in France.
.... Of Lt. Harry Gilbert, who
"demonstrated exceptional cour-
age in leading his platoon in an
engagement on Attu Island, Alas-
ka. Without exception he was
always the first individual of the
Platoon to advance under fire.
.... Of Lt. Hyman Goldberg.
'Continued on Page 29)
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PAGE TWENTY SIX
PjmM FkrkJton
JEWS IN THE RED CROSS
By HERBERT J. SELICMANN
(Chief of JTA Bureau in Washington)
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
At the end of the year the Jews l B*nai B'rith alone records more
of America can take pride in their |tnan 56.000 blood doners nmon,'
contribution to the work of the ^ membershiPi of whom Bnai
American Red Cross. At Red Cross
Washington headquarters the'Brith Womcn and irls are,re-
statement is made that when the sPonsible for recruitm;: more than
history of its work in World War nalf- Tne Natiollal Women's Lea-
H is written, much credit for its
accomplishments for humanity
must go to Jewish men and women
and their organizations through-
out the United States.
Jews are serving here, and in
all the foreign theaters of war,
as Red Cross field directors. They
are hospital workers and staff as-
sistants. They help to keep Amer-
ican soldiers and sailors in touch
with their families. They help serv-
ice men in all sorts of personal
emergencies. In the hospitals'
where lie the maimed and the
wounded. Jewish organizations
furnish recreational facilities, and
organizations and individuals
help carry on the Red Cross so-
cial work. This work Army author-
ities now recognize not only as of
high value in building up morale,
but as a virtual necessity.
the National Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods, the National Wom-
en's League of the United Synago-
gues and other organizations.
These groups not only have
made literally millions of surgical
dressings. In addition they have
served as nurse's aides and Gray
Ladies. They have driven cars in |
the Red Cross Motor Corps and
have done vital clerical work as
Red Cross staff assistants. The '
B'nai B'rith reports some 6500 of I
its members active in these fields I
;ue of the United Synagogues has
recruited an addditional number of work, and similar reports from
in excess of 3.000. while the Na- the National Women's League of
tional Federation of Temple Sis-'the United Synagogues show up-
terhoods reports that the blood!wards of 6000 so active, while an
plasma program is high among the additional 15.000 have completed
Red Cross projects which it is
sponsoring. This plasma, processed
from whole human blood, goes
direct to the fighting front, and
is often administered to wounded
soldiers and sailors under the very
suns of the enemy.
Red Cross first aid and nutrition
courses. Three hundred members
of the League have also been serv-
ing as Red Cross instructors in a
variety of subjects.
Through the Red Cross Camp
and Hospital Councils. Jewish or-
Other Jewish organizations (ganizations have made important
which have worked hard and well
to supply the needed blood plas-
ma are the National Council of
Jewish Women, the National Fed-
eration of Temple Sisterhoods, the
contributions to the health and
well-being of United States fight-
ing forces. Bnai B'rith reports I
have given 902 separate recrea-
tional facilities, including day'
items. In addition it has contri-
buted 53 pieces of mobile equip-
ment such as canteens, ambul-
ances, and mobile blood donor
wagons.
There are more than 4000 mili-
tary and naval establishments be-
ing served by such installations,
and commanding officers call on
the Camp and Hospital Councils
for aid when it is needed. The
Councils pass on the requests to
cooperating groups and Washing-
ton Red Cross headquarters re-
ports that Jewish organizations in
council areas have given unstint-
ing aid in this work.
They have provided furniture
and games, musical instruments
i2SIi^^5i5,
National Federation of Temple rooms at Army camps, canteens.
Brotherhoods, Hadassah. the Jew-1 solaria at hospitals and other
ish War Veterans of the ""'tH __:__i "
States, the Independent Order of
B'rith Sholom. the Independent
Much of the work being done order of B'rith Abraham. Mizrachi
by Jews for Red Cross la on a pro- and the Unitpd Synagogue of
fessional basis. Those who serve. America, as well as numerous
are giving twenty-four hours a synagogues and local Jewish
day to their duties. In addition. TOups
literally hundreds of thousands of Almost as impoi.tam bIood
Jewish men and women at home
plasma are the millions of surgi-
are devoting many hours of their ca, dreaalnga whlch arp Ilmi(,(] in
time to this work on a volunteer emergency care ol the wounded.
basis. As one Red Cross official B'nai B'rith reports thai its women
in Washington put it: "They are members have made more than 3
piling up a credit on the humani-
tarian ledger that will be difficult
to balance "
Not least amon i Jewish contri-
butions to Red Cross, is their
mass contribution to the blood
banks. It is an ironical thought
that Jewish blood, given freely
and voluntarily m America. Is now
probably coursing in the veins ol
Nazi war prisoners whose lives \[
may have saved. In every one of
the 35 cities in which the Red
Cross has established blood doner
centers a steady stream of Jew-
ish doners has made this offering,
some of the doners coming re-
peatedly.
and one-half million such dress -
The National Council of
J< wish .Tumors finds this phase
>1 ind Cross e one of its
most popular activities and similar
reports have been received from
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ToXHOLE TSHUVAH
The Judaism of Jewish GI Joe
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**"dc me what overseas ex-
J^fje clone to the Jewish
PSS I < a" tell you a little
KtLxst you've heard that ex-
Llw danger has brought
ff. spiritual vival-a return
.lion "Foxhole Tshuvah has
Ln he subject of many disserta-
R and dramatic productions,
10 -hose who look upon the
^ er meamnK of religion would
S*th our prophets who con-
Jed faith based on fear as less
k,.n inadequate.
P!L Jewish soldier has to some
,.t followed the universal
hrtd- witness the use of the min-
Le Mezuzah as a charm and
amulet. But overseas there is a
5hv sign that the Jewish sol-
ETmore Jikely to ask for a
^prayer-book or a Bible At
rt Dix, on the other hand, the
ElM were most popular with
C Jewish inductees.
fThe spiritual growth of the
Lotas G.1. hM tended towards
TVeater interest in the Jewish
Mple than In the Jewish faith
Boich On the Anzio beach-head
| never cea,sed wondering at the
msurge of Zionism among a large
In of men. most of whom had
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propaganda on the beach-head:
nothing in their environment to
stimulate them directly to think
in terms of Palestine. Some dis-
cussions were conducted under the
noses of our "Long-Tom" guns,
all of them within enemy shell-
fire range, and many of them on
the eve of a 'big push,' yet in-
variably the first question in the
discussion was: "Rabbi, tell us
what the future of Palestine will
be." It would not be an over-
statement to say that the Jewish-
consciousness of the men has tre-
mendously heightened in the midst
of war and its travail.
One of the most gratifying ex-
periences of the Jewish chaplain
overseas is the work of the Chris-
tian chaplain in taking care of
the Jewish needs in his outfit. It
is inspiring to find in every regi-
ment and battalion a Southern
Baptist from Texas or a Catholic
from Brooklyn, organize and ar-
range for a Minyan, cajole and
persuade the Motor Pool to get
transportation for travel that
sometimes amounts to 100 miles
for the round trip. You will be
delighted, incidentally, at the ease
with which the word Minyan falls
from the lips of chaplains and
their assistants. One of the latter,
a Chinese boy named Tom. used
the word with the facile grace of
a Mesivtah alumnus. Commanding
officers, prodded on by these truly
Christian chaplains, have gone out
of their way to help the Jewish
men. Officers back home have a
lot to learn from their overseas
brethren in this respect.
One of the best kept secrets of
the war, from a Jewish point of
view, is the remarkable work of
assistance rendered by the Medi-
cal and Dental Corps. The num-
ber of lay-chaplains among them
are too legion to mention. Some
of the regular and continuous
services conducted by a doctor or
a dentist, with sermons borrowed
from the JWB, attract a larger
Minyan than you'll find at home.
I can mention three of these med-
icos, who in addition to their Jew-
ish leadership, have been cited for
bravery and gallantry: Captain
Arthur Shainhouse, of New York,
'the Silver Star); Major Samuel
Perlman, of Chicago, (citation for
bravery at Salerno): Captain Mor-
ris Goldsmith, of Brooklyn,
'Bronze Star). In many cases,
the Jewish doctor who has as-
sumed spiritual leadership in his
regiment, has discovered a new
enthusiasm for his heritage in the
process of stimulating others to
come home to Judaism.
Speaking of home, I could write
pages about the Jewish boy and
his family. Most of the men over-
seas are unmarried, and home to
them means mother and father.
The Jewish mother has a unique
position in their hearts, a fact
which some of us chaplains have
learned somewhat rusefully. When
we ask a boy for his family ad-
dress, in order to inform parents
of his presence at services, he
sometimes gives only his mother's
name. A few weeks later, our mail-
box is scorched by a letter from
an irate father, who justifiably
laments: "Nu, what's the matter
with me? Don't I count too?"
In the short space of a few
months I have received hundreds
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15.
FOXHOLE TSHUVAH
(Continued from Page 27'
of letters from graicrul parents.
some philosophical, some poetic.
all of them sincere outpourings of
gratitude. The chaplains overseas
have all received hospitable in
vitations from homes in 40-odd
states to visit them after the wai
The theme of the letters is uni-
formly this, to quote from one of
them: "It thrills me to know thai
men like you are helping my boy
and every mother's son to receive
spiritual guidance and strength in
their hour of need."
The Jewish soldier here were
profoundly disturbed by letters
and newspapers from home which
focused attention on the rise of
prejudice in our land. I have seen
a Jewish officer in a stale of me-
lancholy, after reading "Under
Cover." With better perspective.
many of us feel thai the problem
has not become more acute, but
our awareness of it has. The forces
of democracy have become more
articulate, and more likely to
bring out into the open the in- of the price we
sidious forces we have too long there. His voice
tolerated. Recognition of a disease.
while disturbing to the patient 1-
In the long run the most helpful
oliit ion to his ills.
We expected, of course, to find
new evidences of Inter-faith
friendships and fellowship based
on the sharing of common dangers.
It would be a miracle if fox-hole
buddies' weren't welded together
by their experiences, in a clear-
ing-station the other day. a medi-
cal officer beckoned me to speak
to a wounded Jewish boy. who was
suffering from nervous prostra-
tion. The youngster sobbed out his
story to me. The wound in his leg
didn't bother him: "I just saw my
buddy die right In front of my
eyes. Gus wasn't Jewish, rabbi
but I loved him like a brother."
And young Jews are discover-
ing hidden walls of courage and
matchless bravery in their fellow-
Jewish soldier. Some of them had
cynically disbelieved that easy-
going and wise-cracking Benny
from the Bronx could do what he
did. During the big push, his leg
was blown off by a shell, and he
called to a few of his lansleit in
the company: "I know what the
score is. boy as ... I know I won't
make it promise me you'll
take care of yourselves ." and to
the sergeant: 'Watch out for mine
boyas. sarge ." That story was
related to me by one of my con-
ants, as we stood in the lobby
of the Rome Synagogue, talking
had paid to get
rung with pride,
but his eyes were brimful of
tears. Some day the two of us
would like to visit Benny's family
in the Bronx, to pay tribute to a
great Jewish soulto an Ameri-
can who though he had not yes
masteredgthe unaccented language
Mogen David, which was bedecked
With an American flag on Me-
morial Day.
A chaplain's heart la often
heavy, especially when tragedy
hurtles itself close to home. On
three occasions, the Graves Regis-
tration Officer informed me of
men who were found with Bibles
In then hands. In which I had
inscribed "L'chayim v'livrochoh. ."
The life which God in His inscrut-
able wisdom has seen fit to grain
them is that of Olam Haboh: they
will surely live on in the hearts
and lives of us whom the Almighty
has spared. Theirs is a true im-
mortality.
That's all for now. except this.
When you folks at home repeat
the Yizkor on Yom Kippur. please
add a little prayer for Benny, for
Meyer, for Hymie yes and for
Gus too.
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Jews In The Red Cross
Continued from Page 26"
leaves out of account the large
i ash contributions which Jewish
organizations and women have
made to the.Red Cross war chest.
The B'nai B'rith alone has given
$30,000. during the year, bringing
its total contribution since Sep-
tember 1939 up to $220,000. Other
organizations have contributed in
similar fashion, while in every
city and in every street where live
Jewish men and women, they have
taken up the burden of collecting
funds for the Red Cross, as well
as giving liberally of their own.
Said a Washington Red Cross of-
ficial of this phase of their ef-
forts:
"They have made house-to-
house canvases in residential
areas, they have solicited Red
Cross memberships and subscrip-
tions in business districts, have
helped on the necessary clerical
work at chapter headquarters, and
have performed other tasks es-
sental and important to keeping
the Red Cro a funcUnn.
sanisation." Dln I
In accordance witluh..
t'on. on the broad field 0'
'tys need, which C^
race, color or creed.^J *?
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of America, had still caught a true
glimpse of its spirit. I stood at his
grave a few days ago. and repeat-
ed the El Moleh as I faced the
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PAGE TWENTY-NINE

Ion the threshold of peace SS85SSS
I But where many have perished
>thers have been saved. A review
By MICHAEL FREEMAN
T. jews throuBhout the world.
fUditional sounding of the
'I, horn will usher m the be-
/ npnf a New Year which will.
tS bnnB the end of war and
tXfrm Ot P^ce. No New
Kn recent history has marked
iT fundamentally important
KnB poto. to the life of the
Ftst H'has been difficult for
. ta MBPWhend the vastness of
Ltrutti which struck the very
Ewtotion' of Jewish life in Eu-
,0; is It difficult today to
' thr tremendous significance
J the coming of the day of peace
L the deliverance of millions of
Lr fciiow-Jew.s from brutal ex-
Irrmination.
Urge sections of our people
Lvf lived with death and destruc-
Ln for more than a decade. In
En of sorrow and suffering, the
If. of the United States have
len Hie aresenal of hope for the
Lrvival of millions caught in the
L( of Nazi oppression. Now as
{he dawn of victory begins to light
Iptht darkness engulfing the rem-
Lnts of the Jewish people, we
lust assume the role of the build-
.. of a new life for those who
Eire survived the tortures and the
[tacts of Hitlerism.
i As we look back on five years
I total war. American Jews can
el that iney have more than
BUHlltflT faced the challenge of
fie period of greatest destruction
i Jewish life. The fact that they
nbuted a total of nearly $100.-
0.000 to the United Jewish Ap-
il for Refugees, Overseas Needs
Palestine since 1939 consti-
btes the most forceful evidence
fat we stood by the side of strick-
i European Jewry in the years
| pavest crisis. That the chan-
nels of relief and rehabilitation for
the Jews of Europe, of reconstruc-
tion in the Jewish homeland in
Palestine and of aid to the new-
comers in the United States have
been kept open in the midst of
the widespread disruption of a
global conflict represents a truly
historic achievement.
Now that we are in the midst
of a great transition and the
rapidly changing scene of the final
chapter of the war dictates a new
outlook, we find ourselves con-
fronted with the problem of con-
verting from a program of rescue
in war to a program of reconstruc-
tion in peace. During the past year
the rescue efforts carried on by
American Jews through three
major agenciesthe Joint Distri-
bution Committee, the United
Palestine Appeal .and the Nation-
al Refugee Servicehave reflected
the beginnings of the new ap-
proach to the problems of helping
Jews in the process of liberation.
But in the very hour of libera-
tion the tragedy of the war years
has been revealed in all its stark -
ness. The veil of doubt and uncer-
tainty has been torn from the
graveyards of Eastern Europe by
the advance of the Russian armies.
The ghost cities recaptured from
the Nazis, the pitifully small num-
bers of survivors who have emerged
"/ Fight Because
| It's My Fight"
'Continued from Page 25.
I who was decorated "for extraor-
l dinary heroism in action on April
6. 1943 against enemy shipping
off the coast of Tunisia. On a
high altitude bombardment mis-
sion, the plane on which he was
bombardier was attacked before it
reached the target and a 20mm
cannon shell struck him. exploded
and wounded him crtlcally. Un-
willing to forsake his mission, he
demanded to be lifted to him bomb
sight. He found his target, drop-
ped his bombs and effected his
To All A Most Happy New Year
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MR. AND MRS.
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mission skillfully with great loss
to enemy ships. On the return
journey, he declined personal aid
in order that the utmost atten-
tion be given to enemy fighters in
pursuit. In this action ,Lt. Gold-
berg, heroically overcoming pain,
suffering and physical weaksess
due to his wounds, summoned his
whole skill and. thoughtless of
Peril, devoted himself to his single
mission. His determined persev-
erance In important service in-
spired other soldiers to new effort,
and merit the highest praise.'
.... Of Sgt. Nathan Greese,
who. when his platoon was pinned
to the ground by enemy machine
sun fire in Guadalcanal volun-
tarily left his platoon despite
sniper fire and crawled forward
far enough to throw hand gren-
ades into his objective and des-
troyed it. "Success of the attack
precipitated a later large scale
assault by combined United States
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forces which resulted in heavy
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and material. In his advance Sgt.
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with his Browning automatic" .
These are some of the men we
know of. Some of the actions
that are on the record. But there
are all the hundreds of thousands
who are in the fight just as G. I.
Joe. in the ranks with Johnny
Smith. Tony DeMarco, Mile O'-
Hara, Peter Christensen, Fred
Kraus. In the ranks Abe Cohen
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On The Threshold
Of Peace
Continued from Page 29)
of the achievements of American
Jews in the field of rescue and re-
construction would require long
lists and figures and so-called
"hard facts." Let us leave the
figures to the statistical-minded
and examine the human equation
What does it really mean when
thousands or hundreds of human
beings are saved? Who are the
men and women behind the facade
of the "facts"?
Not so long ago Marshal Tito's
tout-hearted patrisans swooped
down on the Island of Raab and
captured it from the Nazis. When
the Partisans took control of the
small island in the Adriatic they
found 1.500 .Jewish refugees living
there in the mast miserable cir-
cumstances The Yougoslavs im-
mediately released them and gave
them their freedom. But though
the Nazis had expelled, there was
no assurance that the fortunes of
war might not bring their return.
It would be a cruel trick of fate
if the liberated refugees were to
fall into the hands of the Nazi
oppressor a second time.
It was therefore decided that
the refugees must be removed to
the mainland, out of reach of the
enpmy. Through the intervention
of (he President's War Refugee
Board and with the aid of funds
provided by the United Jewish Ap-
peal the systematic evacuation was
accomplished A minor Dunkirk
as enacted on the Island of Raab
en that momentous day. Row-
boats, motor launches, skiffs
everything afloat was pressed into ;
service to ferry all of the 1.500,
refugees across the Adriatic toj
safety. Shortly thereafter the
Nazis invaded the Island and re-
captured it They retook the Is-
land, but the tv I ad been
cued
Throu ou iu -'. -.1... Pal
I tine has been the major haven for
[the men and women fleeing from
Nazi destruction. In the early part
of the war several hundred re-
fusees who had failed to gain ad-
mission to the Jewish homeland
were sent to the Island of Rhodes
When the Axis forces made a con-
centrated attack on Britain's
strongpoints in the Mediterranean I
they seized Rhodes and promptly |
put all of the refugees in chains
The Jews were placed on prison
ships and sent to Italy where they
were thrown into concentration
camps. There was great despair
among the refugees who had es-
caped the oppressor only to be
caught in his toils Again.
For almost three years they lan-
guished in the primitive barracks
of Ferramonti until one day the
light of freedom broke through
and the British Eight Army liber-
ated them. The first to bring help
to the Jewish refugees at Ferra- j
monti were Jewish soldiers from
Palestine who had been in the van
of the British attack.
The Palestinians, some amoni;
them were former refugees, shared
their rations and gave up a sub-
stantial part of their pay to help
their fellow Jews taste the mean-
ing of liberation.
A short time later the agencies
of the United Jewish Appeal
stepped in to provide new homes
for the liberated refugees. Through
the combined action of the Joint j
Distribution Committee and the I
United Palestine Appeal. 570 of
them were brought to Palestine
the first refugees to reach the
Jewish homeland from territory
liberated by the Allies. The Jews
who had been retaken at Rhodes
saw at last the ancient land of
their fathers which had been de-
nied them four years earlier.
There was a little girl of ten
on a ship Which docked recently
at an Eastern port. She seemed
normal in every respect except for
the shadow of fear winch clouded
her face. Yet that little girl sym-
bolized the suffering and wander-
ing of millions. When the Nazis in-
vaded Belgium her family fled to
France. Shortly thereafter, with
the fall of France, her father went
into hiding to escape deportation
to Poland. Joining the under- .
ground, he worked to help pre-
pare France for the day of libera-
tion. In the meantime, the little
girl and her mother were sheltered
by Christians who befriended
them. One day the Nazis began
a systematic search for all Jewish
refugees. Determined to save his
family, the father decided to bring
them to safety and help them es-
cape over the border to Spain
They could travel only at night to
avoid detection. In the daytime
they had to remain in hiding in
the woods. After a weary journey
of many days and nights with
little food or water, they reached
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the SpanishbortoTT^^l
* Nazi frontier gUt^ HI
ther, mother, and?. ^4
** Uifough^^J
reaching Spain. T** 5|
farewell to hi, wife ^ '
and turned back t* "**
fight for freedom !
<^wi^throuS22jy
was challenged by J?**
JW would mean iK?
the hands of the deati"
inored the mun?XX
eral .hot. were tirXS^
The father never ^J
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)AY. SEPTEMBER IS, 194<
HE RESCUE FRONT ON V-DAY
By CARL ABRAMSON
By ( ARI- ABRAMSON
Kditor's MoUi Thr following
'i on the major rescue op-
J..ions durinn the P*st >car
K3* <-ffert ,r t,,e
CVl developments on the
Lnm 'r *Pcr(,inK the re"
"SSlM of liberated Jews
TJ about Whlcb this article
C received $100.008 from
C 5 campaign of the Great-
| Miami Jewish Federaion of
Uirh it is :l nart,c,"at,nf
me curtain of darkness which
.< shrouded the European con-
tent for the past five years is
L qu.ckly torn away by the
Lrlul hammer blows of the
Em armies on every front. The
dy deliverance of Paris, the
nnatic disinteRration of the
C empire in the Balkans and
[ almost complete liberation of
St lie breaking down the prison
Us built by the Nazis for the
is and other peoples in Europe.
lith the beginning of the New
,r 5705. American Jewry can
spread out before it a new
H of hope for its fellow-Jews.
uge-scale rescue aid will be able
Usch many thousands who will
set free by the United States
' undertake rehabilitation and
construction measures of suf-
fcwnt scope to end the despair
fcdsufferinR of those who have
jved on the brink of death for
Lore than a decade.
I The day to clay achievements
[American Jews on the rescue
rtnt throush the campaign of
ke United Jewish Appeal for
gees. Overseas Needs and
itine have placed its consti-
tuent agencies-the Joint Dig.l
I tribution Committee, United Pale -
itine Appeal and national Refugee
Servicein a unique position to!
Ideal efficiently with the greater
needs of the period of liberation1
I and peace. We have only to look
at their record during the past
| year to comprehend the extent to
which their operations have chart-
j ed a course of prompt, unified and
well-coordinated service to Jewish
communities in the lands from
which the Nazis have been driven.
One of the most Significant de-
velopments on the rescue front in
5704 was the establishment early
this year of the President's War
Refugee Board, composed of the
Secretaries of State. War and the
Treasury, for the purpose of help-
ing the victims of Hitlerism escape
annihilation. Employing the diplo-
matic facilities provided by the
State Department, the Board
opened the doors of rescue for
large numbers of Jews in the
Balkans and the Iberian penin-
sula. But after the Board had
opened the doors, it became the
responsibility of private agencies,
chiefly those represented in the
United Jewish Appeal to supply
the necessary funds to bring the
homeless Jews out of Europe and
;h7CwVhCm in Palcsline 1
the Western Hemisphere. The
Boards activities, which centered
on rurkey as the corridor of emi-
gration to Palestine for many
SETS' ,f refu'!ees- greatly
Shlf faclllties <* the Joint
Distribution Committee, which
provided the transportation, and
he United Palestine Appeal.
Which arranged for the adjust-
ment and settlement of the refu-
gees following their arrival in the
Jewish homeland. Through this
combined action more than 13 000
refugees were brought into Pales-
tines since the beginning of the
year 5704.
Last month when the Horthy
Government in Hungary an-
nounced that it would allow all
children under the age of ten to
leave the country and that adults
would be permitted to emigrate to
Palestine, the agencies of the
United Jewish Appeal found them-
selves confronted with a major
challenge. Although the govern-
ments of the United States and of
PAGE THIRTY-ONE
the United Kingdom exerted pres-
sure on the Hungarian govern-
ment to halt the mass deporta-
tions of Jews, the abandonment
of this policy could bring new
hope to the endangered Jewish
population only as a result of
large-scale action on the part of
the Joint Distribution Committee
and the United Palestine Appeal.
Within forty-eight hours after the
extreme measures against Jews
had been lifted, the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee voted an
emergency allotment of $3,000 000
to provide for the relief and trans-
portation of 8.000 Jews, most of
whom are to be settled in Pales-
tine. In the meantime, the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine, with
funds supplied by the United
Palestine Appeal, launched a
building program to construct
2.500 small housing units in Pales-
tine to shelter the newcomers from
Hungary.
In liberated areas the axiom
that the forces of rescue must
march side by side with the forces
of freedom is being daily corrobo-
rated through the expanding pro-
gram of relief and rehabilitation
asisstance supported by the United
Jewish Appeal. When the Allies
landed In southern Italy, they
brought freedom to thousands of
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PAGE THIRTY-TWO
*fci'*JfkrkHkHn:
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
15,
THE YEAR IN SPORTS
By JAY GRAYSON
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
Sports have been greatly af-
fected by the war. Tens of thous-
ands of Jewish youths, who in
limes of peace would have turned
to athletics, are now engaged in
a far greater and fiercer combat.
Thousands of former Jewish ath-
letes, who excelled in every field
of sport, are now fighting in the
Armed Forces of our country and
raise funds for the Red Cross and
participated in War Bond Drives.
Once, he collapsed and was re-
turned to the Naval Hospital.
There is no cure for malaria and
Barney was honorably discharged
from the United States Marines
last spring, but he continues in his
war efforts on the Home Front.
And. of course, there is Captain
they are doing more than their .Hank Greenberc. the former base-
share in the supreme effort to,ball star, who is now somewhere
combat the forces of evil and de- at a Far Eastern Front. Hank was
feat the enemies of mankind. the outstanding Jewish ball player
Many Jewish athletes have ;of his generation and was one of
Kiven their lives for our country., the first drafted The former out-
Many others have covered them- fielder for the Detroit Tigers was
.selves with glory and were decor- the highest paid player in both
ateci for valor. Barney Ross, the major leagues He was honorably
rormer world's lightweight and ;discharged from the Army m the
welterweight champion, who en- fall of 1941. A day after Pearl Har-
li.sted in the United States Marines Doi he reenhsted and joined his
was acclaimed as a hero. He old outfit He rose quickly from
fought valiantly at Guadalcanal the !ank.s and became a commis-
and he was decorated for saving sioned officer Now. he :s a cap.
the lives of his comrades-in-arms tain, la doing a good lob and :<
He was wounded and contracted |n line for promotion
malaria, and he was returned here, Benny Leonard, the former|
for a cure and rest. But Barney world lightweight champion, is
Ross could not and would not rest;
not wlnle the fight is still going
on. He left his hospital cot and
has toured the country, appearing
at manv rallies and addressed
war workers He has also helped
now a lieutenant 'S.G.> of the
United Stales Merchant Marine.
Bcuny. a veteran of the first World
War, is now training thousinis
and thousands of young seamen
of the Merchant Marine Training
Base at Hoffman's Island. Benny
is doing the same taik as lieuten-
ant Commander Jack Dempscy
is doing at the Coast Guard
Training Base in Slieepshcad and
jCommander Gene Tuniiey is doing
'in the Navy
In former years, many Jewilh
athletes readied the top in many
sports. There were several out-
standing champions and
Ichampions in boxing: some
'sood baseball and football oi
Iketbal) players. Jewish boys
icred themselves with glory in their
I chosen fields of athletics. More
than a score of Jewish football
players are among the immortals
of the gridiron. Jewish boys took
to basketball and excelled in most
other collegiate sports. But the
war has curtailed most of the
sports Many universities and col-
leges, who in former years em-
phasised athletics, have abandon-
ed entirely or have greatly limited
activities due to lack
of playing material. You won't
find many Jewish names in the
roosters of UM collegiate football
or basketball teams now. The boys
near
very
bas-
cov-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spero
of Derby. Conn wish alt then
friends and members of
Miami Beach Jewish
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arc doing somnhink greater, some-
.hing more sellout.
ProfesslonsJ sports have lured
KMneWhet better. Baseball boxm?
uul football are still carrying on.
.rue with much inferior human
material and more limited re-
sources. Baseball had to resort to
older men who were cast off from
the major lca*;ue teams and con-
signed to the minors, or to youns.
sreen sandlotters, in their middle
teens. Nevertheless, the major lea-
gues and also most of the minor
league teams managed to play out
the season and fullfil their sched-
ules.
Two Jewish players. Phil Weln-
traub. the first baseman, and pit-
cher Harry Feldman, were among
the outstanding players of the
New York Giants. Phil Weintraub
piled up an impressive batting
average and helped his team stay-
in the first division of the Na-
tional League. Harry Feldman won
a number of games for the team
and was one of the few starting
pitchers of his team who were able
s*
to go the enur, ZT^
a game UCf *d
The Brooklyn aw..., ,
^"ed one Je*ish?*fl
Rosen. Goody had ^
P^d With the LJ3
was acclaimed a dmES .^l
Player. Hov.e e% t*
Rradr and 1+%$***
erstwhile president 5S^*
sold him dov,n tile fl, %
spent many yean, in ]'J**
Earlier this season ? **
recalled Goody from T0^
He was + J*A
hopeful, as a potent^
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0. SEPTEMBER 15, 1944
On V-Day
I nll-d from Page 3D
fefSSS who were In-
EKtWmonU where they
^er the most miserable
r Z Following close on
fS'of relief measures by
VJl the JOC arranged for
^;1U of clothing in Pales-
KTi Promptly made
Lie to the women and chil-
t ,n tl e refugee camp. Later
L r* w driven out
/ o medal office was es-
fS mtl < city to minister
If n ed among the 9.000
U han Jews and 2,000
EL Upon the liberation of
nlriolRomethe J.D.C. made
sS *of 2'ooo't00
,o the Jewish community.
I iDC also arranged trans-
t.nnn (or 5'0 refugees from
C "a Greece and the Bal-
Rm derated Italy to Pales-
HOUgJ, a BreaWr measure of
ll" t be brougW to Jews in
Iratcfl arras of North Africa
' .,te.J.I)C. has been ex-
dir every possible assistance
|,.;0se in enemy-occupied coun-
L TlirouKh neutral countries
International relief agencies,
Vci clothing packages are
toed to WiOUS parts of Nazi-
t-a-ed Europe Help is today
ta| Jews "i Slovakia and
d through these channels.
C-al seeks aw when a J.D.C.
L eyaped from France, it was
ford that an extensive relief
Kram was beiru". carried on in
II country and that the sum of
booooo had been borrowed on
JjDCs pledce of repayment
|t:ie end of the war for aid to
Vs in France
Continued supiwrt is also being
fr.ded for refugees in Allied and
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SEfSS countries. More than
300.000 Jews from Poland who are
now situated In Asiatic Russia are
being helped to survive by means
SL fflPT 5 food shiP"ent.
T*LiDC- U 8hiPPin more tlian
10,000 parcels of food and cloth-
ing a month to individual refugees
in Soviet Russia. These packages
are prepared and shipped from
Teheran where a special J DC-
representative suiwvises this
phase of its activities. An agree-
ment recently reached with the
Soviet Government will also en-
able the J.D.C. to ship $500,000
worth of additional food and other
relief supplies to Russia. in
Switzerland J.D.C. funds are need-
ed not only to help maintain
18.000 of the 25.000 refugees in
that island of neutrality, but to
finance relief assistance to occu-
pied countries which can be
reached from Switzerland. Al-
though relatively few refugees are
left in Spain and Portugal, allot-
ments for aid in these two key
transit countries for refugees can-
not be reduced.
As part of its effort to speed
the integration of the 125.000
Jews who have found a haven in
Latin America since the beginning
of the Hitler regime, the J.D.C.
is now supplying funds for the
establishment of credit coopera-
tives, for resettlement, retraining
and health and social welfare
services In many Central and
South American countries.
Out of a total of $15,557,812
appropriated by the J.D.C. in the
first eight months of 1944. 70%
was allocated for rescue and emi-
gration activities and the balance
for refugee relief and other pro-
grams in neutral countries.
In a determined effort to help
ZeTnVUmbers of WMwE
2ei5' has ** aslde tr>e sum
of $2,000,000 for the transporta-
tion of children from Europe to
havens of safety overseas. Some
6.000 refugee children have been
maintained in France with the
ad of the J.D.C. In three decades
of its relief activities the JDC
has spent a total of almost $150 -
000.000 in aiding millions of Jews
throughout the world.
Palestine's pivotal importance
as a haven for Jews threatened
'Continued on Page 34 >
On The Threshold
Of Peace
'Continued from Page 30'
struggle for liberation, but he had
brought his family to safety. And
today the little girl who has been
helped to enjoy a happy childhood
in the United States by the Na-
tional Refugee Service still talks
proudly of her hero father not
knowing that he made the su-
preme sacrifice on the battlefield
of humanity.
The human equation, the joys
PAGE THIRTY-THREE
and sorrows of the men. women,
and children who have been res-
cued through the agencies of the
United Jewish Appealthese in-
tangibles transcend in importance
the cold facts of the ledger of life-
saving and life-restoring effort
supported by the Jews of the
United States. For these refugees
the New Year will mean a new
beginning and a new outlook.
For all Jews in Nazi-dominated
Europe the New Year will bring
hope of liberation and restoration.
And the prospect of speedy victory
confronts the Jews of the United
States with a new responsibility-
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW TEAS
Dr. and MRS.
H. R. MECHLOWITZ
AND SON
the responsibility which we have
been waiting to welcome for more
than eleven yearsof rebuilding
the ruins of Jewish life and of
giving the homeless and long-suf-
fering of our people every oppor-
tunity to share the fruits of peace.
In this and many other respects
this will truly be a New Year.
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*Jels*riorl The Rescue Front
On V-Day
(Continued from Page 33)
with Nazi extermination was
dramatically demonstrated during
the past year as more than 13.000
refugees, mostly from the Balkans,
streamed into the Jewish home-
land and were settled there with
the aid of the United Palestine
Appeal. While thousands of its
Jewish soldiers were fighting in
Italy and on other fronts. Pales-
tine, aided by the United Palestine
Appeal, manned the rescue front
to receive and absorb a constant
stream of homeless men. women
and children fleeing from the Nazi
terror in Europe.
A total of 55,000 Jewish refugees
have been absorbed in Palestine
since the outbreak of the war with
the help of the U.P.A. The great
increase in the influx of refugees
during the current year has great-
ly taxed the resources of the
United Palestine Appeal. An
acute housing shortage brought on
by the large-scale flow of immi-
gration required emergency meas-
the same time, the Jewish Na-
tional Fvind lias been called upon
to broaden its land acquisition
activities to supply the areas
needed for the creation of new
settlements by the Palestine
Foundation Fund. During the
past six months the Jewish Na-
tional Fund acquired 13.952
dunams of land, thereby increas-
ing the opportunities for new rural
development and for the expan-
sion of food production for civilian
and military use.
On the industrial and fighting
fronts Palestine's contribution to
victory has gained worldwide
recognition, reflecting the deter-
mined spirit of the Jews to help
hasten the day of liberation for
their fellow-Jews in the prison
house of Europe. The United
Palestine Appeal is extending sup-
port to the dependent families of
many of the 50.000 Jewish men
and women who are serving in
various branches of the British
armed forces. In addition, a pro-
gram of settlement and reintegra-
tion is now being launched In be-
half of discharged servicemen.
Both the Palestine Foundation
1944. the sum of $9,824,000 was
spent in Palestine for every phase
of the development of the Jewish
homeland by the agencies of the
U.P.A.. the medium through which
American Jewry provides the funds
for financing the programs in
Palestine of the Jewish Agency,
the Palestine Foundation Fund,
the Jewish National Fund and the
Mizrachi Palestine Fund. This
represented an increase of more
than $3,700,000 over the expendi-
tures for the same period of the
previous year, indicating the
greatly increased needs in Pales-
tine for rescue in wartime and
for reconstruction in peace.
The adjustment program car-
ried on bv the National Refugee
Service in behalf of the 215.000
Jewish refugees in the United
States has made them a valuable
asset to the American way of life.
The N.RS. bears important war-
time responsibilities for the inter-
ures The Jewish Agency for I ^ Nalional
Palestine spent the unprecented rui" ____.. t nin
, PimH arp lmrttlv working out plans
-nm f > jnn nnn >n !>, fii-c C1V i rlina are joimu.v
sum of $2,400,000 in the first six
u. t ,n.. t j whercbv Palestine s v.ai \cierans
months of 1944 for housing and:^ ... .,._ ,,, ttnnn
adjusting the more than 10.500
will be settled on the land upon
iju.-uiim nil- inui c mail iu,jou i ,..^_- ,i, nrmv-
; j ., : nu discharged from the arm>.
refugees who reached the Jewish "'"*- ,i, nrinri
During the six-month penoci
homeland during that period.
To speed the integration of the
new arrivals and give them an op-
portunity to rebuild their lives as
self-sustaining citizens of the
Jewish homeland, the United
Palestine Appeal expanded its
agricultural settlement program.
With fifteen new rural centers to
be established this year, bringing
the total number of agricultural
settlements to more than 290. At
from October I. 1943. to April 1.
SEA-SONS BEST WISHES
from
!
HAROLD'S MARKET
1216 N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-9691
Mr. E. and Mrs. Ben Giller lend But Wishe. for Happy New Year to All
To All My Friend, and
Acquaintances
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOHN FALKENBERG
District Manager
American Expreea
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
T
Curt's Auto Repairs
1636 N. W. 20th Street
PHONE 2-8500
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
Greenview Hotel
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Cortez Coffee Shop
241 N. E. lit Avenue
PHONE 2-5171
To Our Many Friends
We With
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
Electrix Appliance
Repair Shop
2767 S. W. 27th Avenue
Best Wishes to Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
T
Night Owl Barbecue
3193 S. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 4-9111
To All, Season's Best Wishes
CONCHA HOTEL &
RESTAURANT
Spanish Meals Our Specialty
We Serve Partica
On Request
1101 N. Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Tropical Mattress &
Upholstery Co.
2252 West Flagler Street
PHONE 4-2214
4
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS.
ESSER GOLDSTEIN
150 Jefferson Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
li
JOHNNIE & MACK
BODY SHOP
"By the Railroad Track"
Painting Color Matching
Seat Covers
Body and Fender Repair*
74 N. E. 20th St. Ph. 3-7681
Best Wishes to Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
J. H. HAGOOD CO.
3807 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 7-2288
T
MELROSE
BEAITY SALON
SEASONS GREETINGS
3400 N. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 3-9375
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Leo & Ginger's Bar
C33 N. E. 1st Avenue
PHONE 3-9436
To All a Mont Happy and
Prosperous New Year
MR. AND MRS.
SAMLEL SAAL AND FAMILY
Sunny Brook Creamery
INC.
79 N. W. 20th St.. Miami. Fla.
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
liJ
Minnie McWhorter
SEASON'S GREETINGS
H. W. WILLIAMS
SERVICE STATION
Atlantic Products
Complete Service
668 N. W. 5th Street
PHONE 2-9189
We Wish to Extend New Year
Greetings to Our Friends
and Customers
SHERIDAN
FOOD MARKET
415 W. 41st STREET
PHONE 5-7345
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Beverley Deming
pretation of alien regulations to
refugees and to local community
agencies, as well as for the inter-
pretation of the problems of
refugees to our government.
Today these refugees are con-
tributing their special skills and
training as well as their very lives
to the all-out war effort on the
home and battlefronts. The
N.RS. has created special files to
meet government requests for
chemists, translators, teachers and
scientists. It has granted loans
to individuals to enable them to
start in business or settle on farms.
It has provided retraining for
over-age
H^ laVvlwfAaSn U'hr\
P^ced in taot*t2V
outW|
sections of theTo'u^rv'l 0UH|
srrviMc ",e,r SDerisi^-.l
Fort Ontario ln fi*l
iCaim:.... "-It
Gordon Roofing &
Sheet Metal Works
414 S. W. 22nd Avenue
Extends Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SEASONS BEST w,Sr.
from
* 1
Sandier', Sundry Sh>,|
Formerly Ms.1
"9 First Street
Miami Beach
SEASON'S GREETINGS
E. GEORGE BERNARD
Postal Building Miami, Fla.
II
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CHAS. E. BLAIR
AND FAMILY
GREETINGS TO ALL
BISCAYNE ROLLER SKATING PALACE
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL RINK IN THE SOUTH
NEW MAPLE FLOATING NOISELESS FLOOR
1220 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD-At the C.u.ew., Circle
Open 7:30 to 11 Every EveningIncluding Sunday
MatineeSaturday, Sunday2 to 5 P. M.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
AUDIPHONE COMPANY OF MIAMI, Inc.
Vacuum Tube and Carbon Hearing Aids by Western Electric
Developed by Bell Laboratories
117 N. E. 1st Ave. 1211-13 Security Bide., MiamiPhone 3-3jJ
W. Palm Beach Office, 3800 Washington Dr.Phone 8592
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Shippers, Tree Ripened Fruits, Crystalized Fruits.Jellies
PecansGuaranteed Delivery
Henrietta's Fruit Shipping Company & Health Uj
Collins Avenue at 8th Street
Miami Beach
Phone 5-9386
Al -he Fruit Mill
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
NORTON R. GANGER CO.
Westinghouae Air Conditioning Refrigeration
Contractora Engineers
PHONE 38361
CORNER NORTH MIAMI AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
SMITH'S BOULEVARD PHARMACY
Corner 79th St. at Bi.c.vne Blvd. Phone 7-5567 Miaaai.Fla.
PRESCRIPTIONS SODA FOUNTAIN LUNCHEONETTE
COMPLETE DRUG STORE SERVICE
FT. LAUDERDALE 64)9 E. LAS OLAS PHONE
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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THE MODERNE PHARMACY
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED ASP*ESlg
FINEST IMPORTED PERFUMES STWAg
BETTER COSMETIC LINES REPRESENTS
555 41.1 Street Miami Be.*
Jarrett Coffee Company
ROASTERS AND PACKERS OP
COFFEE AND TEAS
507 Northwe.t Miami Court
PHONE 2 2174
WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIEND
A HAPPY NEW YEAK
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PICCIOLO
Italian-American Restaurant
134-36-38 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
BEER and WINES
PHONE 5-9031
Famous for its Real Italian
Dinners, Steaks, Chops, Sea
Foods, Plna Ravioli, Spaghetti
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
!JI
EMERSON M.
ROSENBERGER
3900 N. E. 1.1 Avenue
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND ^KON'L^
A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW
CLARK & LEWIS CO.
WHOLESALE CROCERS
34 N. E 11th Street
Phone
3-310*
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
P. RICHARDSON
Insulation Firebrick Tanke Trap. "
311 Mendoaa Avenue
Phone 4-2201

Whole.ale: 1159
Phone 3-4W


LlDAYj^SiL^i
* Jmisli Meridian
PAGE THIRTY-FIVE
ti/hv 52 Foreigners Went To Town
By DAVID ZAGIER
I \ page from the Diary of a Jewish Soldier)
T^T^nTof Enckson. a
* Riifv" Kansas corporal. Rave
* to the '''!> newspapers.
25. >^l cxacl,y whil"
45 5Stah vou tn
\5SrtS- men who will
KrrbauaUon ro.l-.al. will
, vou *'hy .
-ftjrson. Carlson. Johnson.
itrom. BrtCtaW. Dahl.
nyour Nordic brothers, see
Ln'tTOur brothers at all!)
Tile Joczak. Koznick. Mamak.
Lhowicz. Podorskl. Romanski.
frmferioi- Slavs whose courage
U show so even you can see'
f tolly Hurlev. Sullivan. Flaher-
ty collins. McGre and McKee
f .Neutral lush who finding U. S.
1 lost their neutrality-'
Bwmwrtner. Schmaing. Huff-
unn Heinlein. Seiser and Ralir.
(Your volkagenosMn? Oh. no!
**. ours, and we have lots
Ron. Beaver, Armstrong. Jen-
j Hvwood. Rice and Coombs,
(Old stock stalwarts who plan.
La of. and expedite your doom
Gnenbere. Morris. Gottlieb.
Johtn Travel Stein and Bloom.
.Low' Je*s? They're Yanks
loi.eagerei than most to dig your
And Gentile Camptel. Wong.
t. and Gomez and Suma and
Arc nails in your coffin, forged \
In the wondrous Melting Pot
I was tempted to substitute my
own buddies Lundi and Carlson
for Ericksons. Peterson and Carl-
son. Turan and Sanderoff for
Jaksic and Joczak. Zappetini and
Abatl for Gentile and Campisi.
Flemminu and O'Brien for Kellv
(Continued on Page 36
The Rescue Front
On V-Day
(Continued from Page 34 >
is providing a variety of services
to the 984 refugees from fourteen
European countries who are being
housed there for the duration of
the war. As the Allies liberate
more territory, N.R.S. is called
upon for Information concerning
the whereabouts of relatives and
friends overseas.
To meet this growing need, the
N.R.S. has cooperated in the es-
tablishment of a Central Location
Index which contains information
about refugees in this country,
overseas as well as their friends
and relatives here. This newly
created index will have at its dis-
posal the coordinated facilities of
the International Red Cross and
other resources abroad. Thus the
N.R.S. will be in a position to
help materially in reuniting
families scattered as a result of
war.
Almost daily the needs of the
agencies of the United Jewish Ap-
peal grow larger as new opportun-
ities .01 rescue are opened up. In
" first six months of 1944 alone
the Joint Distribution Committee.
United Palestine Appeal and Na-
tional Refugee Service had ex-
penditures totaling more than
S20.600.000. The national quota .if
$.12,000,000 will obviously be suf-
ficient to meet only the minimum
nquiremcnts of these agencies.
The situation on the rescue
front, as on the military front,
may be described as fluid at the
present time. But as the clouds of
;i..ikne< are dispelled by brilliant
Allied victories, many pockets of
hitherto isolated Jews are being
."unite l with the free Jewish com-
munit V and they must be given
i very opportunity for complete
re*toratl< n. The fact that both the
Jiint Distribution Committee and
f.p J-'KHh Ag<"v-- for Palestine
lave trained special staffs of social
workers to be a.'ached to UNRRA
ior renef and rehabilitation won;
in Eur>i>ean ar,.1 Middle Eastern
c-o'intries indicates that the agen-
cies or the Unit.eu Jewish Appeal
arc cognizant of the special re-
sponsibilities that will devolve
upon them in meeting Jewish
needs on V-Dny. It will be the
trif-k of the Je.vs of the United
States to iiiip tli-m shoulder those
responsibilities so that days and
\ears of misery and wandering
may b^ ended and the new era of
roviva. and freedom may be speed-
ily brought into being.
loth
Brit Wiihrt For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
MAX SHLAFROCK
IMS. Construction Co.
General Contractor
Renovation* and Repairs
1857 N. W. 38th Street
GREETINGS FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
.argest Fruit Growtn in Slate
Evergreen Nurseries
TOM N. COSTEA, Owner
2010 S. W. 17th Avenue
PHONE 3-3443
Bed Wiihet For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
RAY WRIGHT
AUCTIONEER
PHONE 2-2860
For An Auction Ue The
"WRIGHT WAY"
Dr. Charles Beckwitt
OrtOHtTBIBT
In Miami lrr '.: Vrr
]( N F. It 4fWM rhn I "
How of'en do vou rhrrk voui millloi
' Mnb< I not >>. o| '
latltfactl I'i ii liixl what it
wiom I '' i"' '
. I.aburi'.o: oo p:** i"
[ It la. A. Pleaiure To Extend Our
Brit Wuhei For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MARY E. KEMP
WHEEL CHAIR
Miaaii'i Eiclusive Sanitarium
S. W, 12th AtMM
Belt Wiihet For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
Miami Beach Nurseries
4298 Chate Avenue
Miami Beach
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPV NEW YEAR
41
T
MR. AM) MRS.
SAM JOSEPHER and FAMILY
OF THE
Miami Sea Food Co.
675 \. W. 6th Street
GREETINGS
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
Antilla Hotel
C0*AI. GABLES
A MOST HAPPV NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Merchants Egg Co.
Wholesale and Retail
EGGS FRESH DAILY
Eat More Ens For Victory
1200 N. W. 22nd St.. Ph. 2-2927
SEASONS GREETINGS
R. E. LEMBO, Tailor
600 LINCOLN ROAD
Formerly of 5th Avenue
Custom Tailoring For
Ladies and Gentlemen
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE BLUE DERBY
On the Trail at 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-9315
Dining Room, Counter and
Curb Service
FULL COURSE DINNER
BLUE PLATE
DR. and MRS.
A. LESTER STEPNER
AND BARBARA ELLEN
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
"I
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
JACK & JOE'S
SERVICE STATION
PHONE 2-9636
U!
GREETINGS FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROYAL PALM
ICE COMPANY
4J8 S. W. 17th Avenue
PHONE 3-3671

SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
MR. AND MRS. (;. CASKJLL
Hoke's Liquor Store
2199 V W. SSth Street
PHONE 7-9470
PALMER
FUNERAL HOME
AND CHAPEL
Miami's Newest
Jewish
Funeral Home
"Always Wiihin
the Means of
Every Family"
2008 W. FLAGLER ST.
PHONE 9-2664
Ambulance Service
RANGES
RADIOS
WASHING MACHINES
T
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
m
HARRY'S
POULTRY MARKET
237 N. W. 5th Street
PHONE 9-2711
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
HARRY GOLDSTEIN
AND CO.
ACCOUNTANTS
Comress Buildinr
K-W APPLIANCE SERVICE
PHONE 4-9822
SPECIALIZED WESTINGHOUSE RANGE SERVICE
WM. R. HENRY 640 S. W. 22nd AVENUE
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Iron and Metal of All Description! Phone 3-4292
I I I
RICHIE METALS
New and Used Plumbinf Supplies
2116 N. W. 27th AVENUE
|. LEVIN MIAMI,FLORIDA
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Alexander & Artie
Rosen & Associates
LINCOLN FOOD MARKET
3305 DOUGLAS ROAD
PHONE 4 9319
w* Ssflaal Slaters WLhai far
I MtrrY nkw *r"
I* Our Mant Jewha ( u.tsaiera
All Work Done on Premise*
no tfmlm i."i Tail*
Sails. DlHM. IHaakt.
II, a an Lira"'*
WE DELIVER
CORAL WAY
LEANERS, INC.
isrAfilisHio lti
225 Coral Way Coral Gable.
PHONE 4-1345
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
i'
BILLS SERVICE STATION
and
Belford's Produce & Trucking Co.
1800 N. W. 7th Avnu
Miami, Florid*
HANNAU PHOTO
STUDIO OF FINE PORTRAITURE
612 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PHONE 58-2923
134 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI PHONE 3-0513
CRITICS
MRS. F. D. ROOSEVELT
in her Column. "My Day":
( H a n n a u*a Photographs
"are really beautiful.")
MARTHA RAYE: "You're
wonderful."
E. M. LOEW (president
Loew'a Theatre*): "Thank
you for your excellent work.'
ROBERTSON ROSS. Lt. U.
S. Marine Corps: "To a fine
arliit and a very fine friend
of the service man."
New Year Greetings
MIAMI BEACH SUN-TROPICS

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PAGE THIRTY SIX
PJe*i*lifhr*0tM>

Why 52 Foreigners
Went To Town
'Continued from Page 35)
and Flaherty, Gumpert and Bauer
for Schmaing and Baumgartner,
Britt and McDonald for Dixon and
Beaver, and Sager and Zagler for
Gieenberg and Cohen. This would
give me a ready-made poem to
celebrate the occasion of fifty-two
soldiers from six or seven coun-
ti ies.
Twelve of the fifty-two gravi-
tated spontaneously together when
we fell out in company area at
6:45 this morning, all members di
the Fort Dix "original fifty."
Werther Weiner. the chow houna
and Camp Dachau veteran, was
there, his myriad wrinkles smiling
ard crying at the same time and
bis jaws working lustily on the
bieakfast apple still. Sol Kreitman
was there, the I>ondon lawyer who
ent a stripe for acting income tax
consultant to the camp. And
Gordon, the young Englislunan
v.liom the draft board snatched
away from the British Purchasing
Mission and who now examines
shells at the Ordnance sheds in-
stead of examining similar shells
under Lease-Lend. Sardios. who
had offered to beat up his own i
countryman for bragging tliat.
Je-vs were abused in Greece: his
offending landsman" was not
there possibly because the investi-
gator found him to be as yet un-
fit for American citizenship Fritz
Kuhn was there, the only one of
(the original fifty who has already
|made corporal. (Wall Street brok-
ers and Ph.D.'s and factory man
agers are still privates and Pfc.'s.
but Fritz is a cook, and the Amer-
ican Army, too, has a stomach to
inarch on! We don't mind, though.
Fritz has fallen arches and a real
soiaieis soul in a cook's body.)
Roland Einstein was there, too.
He was chased out of Vienna four
months before graduating in medi-
cine but the Army Specialized
Training Program may yet help
him to finish school. Meanwhile
he is ward orderly to a batch of
German prisoners convalescing in
one of our hospital winps. Emil
Sager. the New Jersey carpenter
whose mail always gets mixed UP
with mine, was with us. He is an
Army carpenter now. part time.
;i.o also understudy to the dis-
ponsary orderly. Our Dutch mas- j
cot. Van Stott. marked the great-
netf of the day by smiling. He
\\> rks in the tank repair shop, and
normally he does not smile because
tie ii constantly engaged in the,
task of changing the cotton from ,
i.is light ear to ins left and con-
ventely.
Strutting, a nr>le-polishing B.
was there, too. still a private, de-
spite his promise to us in the train
that he would make master ser
-cant in six weeks, a stripe a
week Wcinberg. middle-aged Jew
from the depths of Hassidic Gah-
cia. came out in his full regalia of
MP. Sam Brown belt, brass
whistle, r.houlder straps, and bras-
sard. We had thought his classifi-
cation comical, but he is bringing
1,1 more custom to the guardhouse
than you could shake a stick at.
fc'Yei-ybody la ingratiating himself
vuh him today, for an "in" with
the MPs is something of an invest -
ment
The rear of our echelon of "orig-
inals" was brought tip by our great
little Mexican. Jaime Diego, the
saint of latrine 1945. He went to
cooks- school with Kuh but has no
stripe. The story goes that the mess
sergeant caught him twice stand-
ing laddie In hand over the pots
asleep and snoring. In charge of
the fifty-two candidates-Ameri-
cans was Corporal Piv, son of an
American engineer-specialist in
Soviet Russia. He was also our
sponsor before Judge Miller. The
bus conductor was surprised at the
siRht of fifty-two OIs going to
town in ODs at seven o'clock in
Friday, agmggiK 1H|
SEW YEAR GREETINGS
' Li
T
Touby Painting Co.
669 \. W. Eighth Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
from
S. E. SCHWARTZ & CO.
Ral Bttata
420 Lincoln RL. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-5801
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
AGNES I. EASON
Ral Estate
Property Management
101 E. First Street, HialcaK
I14.PPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
LUNDY'S MARKET
1435 Washington Avenue
Mi.mil Beach
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
KING'S FUNERAL
HOME
08 S. W. Eighth Street
PHONE 3-2111
To All Our Friends anil Patrons
We Extend the Hand of Fellow-
ship.
Ely Levin & Associates
Wholesale Tobacco*
Confections Sundries
1449 N. W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 2-1428
_ i
SEASONS GREETINGS
MIAMI
FURNITURE CO.
100 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-3195
Sincere New Year Greetings
from
BOB MARTIN
'
MARTIN'S
DRUG STORE
7070 Collins Avenue
PHONE 6-2040
Mr. & Mrs. Sam Schnacho
744 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach Phone 5-7764
Auditor Accountant
Wish All Clients and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
NELSON
Automobile Service
875 West Hagler Street
Wishes All
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR GREETINCS
DR. C E. BARNES
OPTOMETRIST
Congress Building
PHONE 2-5254
SINCERE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FROM
NORMANDY
SCHOOL
LEO HUBERMAN
1021 Biarritz Drive
PHONE 6-1061
MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
CALMAY NURSERY
3401 N. W. 46th Street
PHONE 8-2581
TO ALL THE
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
ACOLITE NEON
SIGN CO.
19 N. W. South Rieer Drie
PHONE 25334
MR. and MRS. H. L. GREENE
and the
CAPITOL
DRESS SHOP
244 North Miami Avenue
100 Eait Fla.ler Street
EXTEND BEST WISHES
HAPPY NEW YEAR
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
JAMES HOTEL
302 S. Miami Amue
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
r
Deigaard & Preston
Builders, Inc.
264 Giralda Avenue
PHONE 4-4014
CORAL GABLES
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
TO ALL
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
DENTIST
CONGRESS BUILDING
THE SEASONS
BEST WISHES
T
BERNEY'S
Service Station
1701 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-9632
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
if
MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
WM. J. BROWN
H.yoold Bu.ldin,
PHONE 3-7020
BEST WISHES FOR A
MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
SEYMOUR SATIN
and daughter,
MARY ELLEN
To Our Patron* and Friends
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Palace Bowling Center
2101 N. Miami Av.nuo
PHONE 28898
tha morning
AWOL?
"John Abreau bom i
Cuba.permanenlyrL 1,12M
United States a.n^g*1"'*
ent in the service't?S W **
immigration and X2 H
Service, Tour Hon^tfffeJ
examiner's even voice J^!**
'ce read i
Continued on +
Best Wishes to All Our Friends for,
HAPPY NEW YEAR
JUNE DAIRY
BEST CREAMERY BUTTER
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
CROWN DISTRIBUTORS
1334 N. Mi.mi Av.nu. ph GREETINGS from JACK FISHMA
MANAGER
Nathan Straus-Duparquet, Inc
1100 N. E. 2nd At.hu* Miami. Florid,'
GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DAVIS ICE & FUEL CO.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I. C. HELMLY FURNITURE & DEPT. STORE
22 N. W. lat Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
The
GARDEN
The Horn* of Dalicioua Foods''
LUNCHES DINNERS
2235 TAMIAMI TRAIL
Bum. 3 and 5 Stop at Our Door Phone 4-31M
TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES
$
STYLECRAFTBAGMFGS.
LaHies' Handbags by
STYLECRAFT
1320 N. MIAMI AVENUE
To All, Seaaon'i Beat Wishes
AMERICAN LEGION
POST BAR
CORAL GABLES
303 Alh.mfera CircU
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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+JcnlsWurMfog1
PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN
rhe Case Of The 2 Jewish Signorinas
By S/SGT. ARTHUR SLUTSKY
Copyright, IM4, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
"^rTs^teT The following
'fi of to Italian Jewish
1^ ho haw decided to re
P* th .ir present existence
rSmVpu.neers in Palestine
IiTSp" i,ioof that ne,lher
I .lini nor the Germans suc-
fSSt SUm thc spir,t '
fcS- lewrv This dispatch by
KwS hich was written
E. the Jewish Telegraphic
ILc has been passed by mili-
|r censorship. Sit. Slutsky
1,1,1 be remembered for his in-
I"' tinB article of several
CS.. "A Jew,sh
|gI in Italy"' ^ #
j SOMEWHERE IN ITALY .
it wasn't easy to reconcile a dis-
Ln of the ringed life in a Pal-
toe colony with the stately ef-
Z of that luxurious. Neopohtan
Lud. with its soft, crimson
L BJ richly-carved, mahogany
at and the large, brown and tan
iW cushion-seats that were
..led about the room.
It was even more difficult to be-
e that the participants in a
id to leave soon for Palestine.
at blonde, vivacious Alicia and
brunette sister. Sara, with
o my friend. Sergeant Jack
iinon and I sat, sharing the ele-
surroundings of the family
r^tue wonder it was a compo-
sitlon of stransc design! When
vve had last seen the same young
ladle*-, about two months previous,
they were full of z-alous enthus-
iasm in describing "Bella Napoli"
az it looked before the war. And
it was with relish that they told us
about the rich culture we could
expect to find in northern Italy,
Venice, Florence. Milan. Turin.
"411 people say that Italy be-
nns Irom Rome," Sara told us
then, closing her eyes and smiting
with a misty reflection written on
her dark, Latin features
This, clinging affection for Italy
was no surprise to us at that
lime: After all, they were natives
of the country members of a
Jewish-Italian family whose place
on ltai.an soil had been planted
more than 200 years ago. And they
had been, for years, so closely
identified with leadership in cul-
tural circles, even Fascist civic
rules did r,ot consider them candi-
dates for a literal subjection of
anti-Semitic legislation.
T> ue, their brother was recalled
from the Italian Air Force, where
he was serving as a pilot, and Sara
had to give up her singing lessons
at the exclusive conservatory But
they were allowed to conduct their
MgC antique business with no in-
tervfi tion: they continued to live
ir comfort and they had many
friends.
With Fascist influences now
past and a period of complete
freedom in front of them, it was
quite natural that Sara should
lean back in her chair, that day,
and muse "Bella Napoli, eh?"
Today, however, a new fire
seemed to glow in their eyes. A
glint that had been sparked by a
new force of conviction. Idealism,
not realism was kindled in them.
"We are glad you came today '
Alicia began. "In a few weeks
Perhaps you would have to go to
Palestine to visit us."
"Palestine?" Jack and I count-
ered in sharp unison.
"Yes." Alicia continued. "Only
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Daughter, Renah Rahel
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wi.h for all Jewry and partic-
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wor.hipe*. of
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iji
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DAUGHTER AND SON
Wi.h for all Jewry, and partic-
ularly the member, and offi-
cer, of Beth David Congrega-
tion,
A Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
*
a few persons from Italy will be
permitted to go. But we have man-
aged to be among those selected."
Jack and I looked at one an-
other, then at the girls. The faces
of both bore the same proud and
resolute expression.
"They're not kidding either,"
(Continued on Page 38)
III
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COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
AND FAMILY
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NEW YEAR
m
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Green
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ijl
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ber, of Temple I.rael wi.he.
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
tJJ
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EMANUEL BARKAN
AND FAMILY
extend be.t wi.he. for a Happy
and Pro.perou. New Year to
the Board of Director, of the
Miami Beach Jewi.h Center,
their families, the member.,
and to all Jewry.
*
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ABRAHAM FRIEDMAN
extend to all Jewry, and partic-
ularly the officer, and member,
of Beth David Congregation,
.incere and heartfelt wi.he* for
A Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
AVIGDOR GOLDEN
and FAMILY
1
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HAPPY. HEALTHY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
to the Jewish Community of
Miami and Miami Beach in
particular, and to the House
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and the
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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(Orer thirty year, in Miami)
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ii!
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ROSENSTEIN
wishes for all Jewry and par-
ticularly the members and
worshipers of
CONG. OHEV SHALOM
Orlando, Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Season's Greetings
y?
ERNEST FULD
Manager Calumet Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
THE SISTERHOOD
of the
Miami Beach Jewish Community Center
It!
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OF ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
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:




PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT
* fe*fe//fci Uiltu-
^AYjEPTEMBffl ||
The Case Of The Two
Jewish Signorinas
.Continued from Page 37)
Jack said. 'But it beats me
remember the way they got so ex-
cited about their place in Italy's
future, and all that, the last time
we were here?*'
In a few minutes our rapid-fire
burst of queries was helping to un -
fold the story of the great change
that had taken place:
At a local gathering they had
met a few soldiers from a Pales-
tinian transport unit Visits to
their home by the Palestinians
had followed. A Friday evening
spent witnessing the weekly Sub-
bath social program sponsored by
the Palestinian company, at their
headquarters, had revealed a
brand of idealism they had never
seen.
Emotions besan to be touched
at sources they never realized ex-
isted before. Up to this time
yearning for an uninhibitrj op-
portunity to study, to travel, to
sing, to enjoy life in a native land
Now it was not merely a matte:
of personal ease. Theirs now be-1
came the call to belong not merely
to a country, but to a people a.";
weil Not merely to a land, but to
iliclr land.
oara removed a book from a
ne-nby shelf. Handing it to me
she said. "We hope to speak a little
Kf brew when we get there.'
It was a Hebrew n rammer.
"A few of the boys are teaching
us the language." Alicia added.
"But where will you go? Have
you any relatives in Palestine?" I
asked.
"No. we have no relations -
only addresses of people wbo are |
known by our Palestinian friends."
Sara answered.
"How will you live? What will
you do?" Jack inquired.
Alicia laughed aloud. "We will
become members of a Kibbutz
Work on the land plant and
dig and harvest like the rest."
"But what do you know about
agriculture? Have you ever plant-
ed or dug or harvested before? '
w demanded.
"No," replied Alicia. "I have
only known how lo teach sclwol
and Sara has only known the
career of merchandising. But thati
does not matter. One comes to |
Palestine to forget the past and to
think only of the future."
" Do you think it is sensible." I
kegan jokingly, to leave your
iamily. your comforts and yojr
triends. and to begin life all over
again in a strange country?"
It was a challenging query. When
Sara answered, her voice contain-
ed a not so emphatic it bordered
on anger.
' We do not think of our decis-
ion as a hardship or difficulty,"
she said. "If you consider only
your comfort, and the next person
a'so shares the same point of view
and so on, who will assume the
1 csponsibility that faces us? Ami
wliat is our sacrifice compared
with the sufferings of the so many
wbo look to Palestine as an event-
nil place of refuge?
They are depending on the ef-
itrts ot a few more fortunate than
, nemselvcs to help provide a place
ivhcie they can regain their self-
icspeci and live in freedom."
As Sara stopped to regain ner
oreatli, Alicia took up the cr>-
"Almost all that Palestine has
today has come from the hanis of
persons who have known luxury
in the past, and who have placed
careen of art and professional
r,r.r'ea\ci aside In order to .tar1
life anew.
"Its industries have sprung up
where there were only stones not
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SANDWICHES, BEER
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4157 N. W. 36th Street
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. HANFORD
Proprietors
o lung ago. 1U orchards and
forms and troves can be seen, now.
where only worthless sand extend-
ed a short while before.
"Where there was only waste
and primitive values for many,
.rany years there is now a civil-
ized pattern of government, vital-
ity and industry.
"All these," she concluded sob-
erly, "came about because people
have been willing to make sacri-
fices"
I listened, touched by the sin
i ority and determination that as
plainly theirs.
As I deliberated, I turned and
19*
looked out thi0llgh th. .
window-doors that 22>N
w.ll on my righT^'^
'owed the harbo,,."*
curved toward Mount vlS *1
then it turned in Z 0^!iU8^
rection to where the h.^*
ched eastward. arbor **
"Out beyond that harbor
out. somewhere, i lhnnl"~ **
* "ttle spe,* of taS* 5
soon these two ^ll take up'^
It was an UuDiriiu *~u
"They'll do R,iS,^
;hinking,.c0uragehUe^
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BETTER-MADE CAKE
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The RABBI, OFFICERS and DIRECTORS
of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center
in heartfelt and grateful appreciation of the splendid
and generous support given us by our friends during
the past year extend BEST WISHES to all the mem-
bers of our community, their families and all Israel
for a HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR which
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*


}AY.
SEPTEMBER 15, 1944
+ k*lsl-norMton
PAGE THIRTY-NINE
From the Twelve-Month Record of Rescue I
OUTSTANDING JEWISH BOOKS
By MARVIN LOWENTIIAI.
Scene* like these, recorded on J.D.C-sponsorcd
voyages, were repeated many limes during llie
year on vessels carrying refugees to safety in
Palestine and the Americas. The aged refugee
on the upper left gaze* shoreward and towards
freedom as he nears the United States. The
refugee youngsters on the lower left dance the
horah on their Palestine-bound vessel. Above,
refugees en route to Canada sun themselves on
the deck of their ship. Since the last New Year
holiday the J.D.C has enabled 10,000 refugees
to reach safely, w,.., upf,r hi, m>* mUv 0 o VaetM
(Editor's Note. The follow-
ing address by Marvin Lowen-
thal. noted author, was delivered
over Radio Station WHN under
the auspices of the Jewish Book
Council of America, Sponsor-
Coordinator: National Jewish
Welfare Board, 145 East 32nd
Street. New York 16. N. Y.
Jewish Book Month will be ob-
served from November 10th to
December 10th, 1944.)
From the many excellent books
on Jewish themes that have ap-
peared in the past year or so. I
have selected four for a rapid-
fire discussion. I have chosen
these four not merely because of
their merits but because, between
them, they cover a wide range of
interest and information.
To becin withI should recom-
mend to anyone who wishes to
know the Jewish people from the
inside, the six hundred pages of
fascination and human appeal to
be found in an anthology called
Memoirs of My People Through
a Thousand Years, arranged and
translated by Leo Schwarz.
This is a compilation taken
from autobiographies written by
Jews during the last ten centuries.
Biographyand above all. auto-
biographyis glorified gossip. We
can overhear men and worr/ n who
made that thing we call history
talking about themselves and their
friendsand their enemies. In
the book of Leo Schwarz we can
step right inside the skin of
Ahimaaz. a Jew who lived in south
Italy a thousand years agoand
hear what he has to say. in his
own words, about himself and his
world. Thusfrom century to
century and from many corners
of the worldsixty men and wom-
en open their minds and heart*
to us. The book is a vast human
comedyor human dramawrit-
ten by the actors themselves.
Another way of entering the
inner life of a people is to read
the novelists who truly express
their spirit and character. Every-
one agrees that the best exponent
of Jewish folk life as it existed
in Eastern Europe almost up to
the first World War was Sholom
Aleichema combination, to use
a rough and inaccurate compari-
sonof Dickens and Mark Twain.
He wasn't Dickens, he wasn't Mark
Twainhe was himself. Sholem
Aleichem; and the folk life he
immortalized in his short stories,
that of the East European Jew,
had its own particular salt and
flavor and tanga sad. delicious,
homely, witty tang that. I may
add, represented one of the rich-
est strains in the endless riches
of human nature. That flavor
and that gay and sorrowful and
, fantastic life has now been
. (Continued on Page 401 .
To All We Say, "A Most Happy New Year
n
and Mrs. I-ouis Adler
and Family
I Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Daughter
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. Irving R. Applebaum
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apt*
>d Seas Marvin and Stuart
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
nd Mrs. Oscar Argintar
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>d Mrs. Samuel Aronariti
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
k and Mrs. Jack August
, nd Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mrs. R. Melinson and Mrs. E. Mink
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
B
M,
* Mrs. .i.,-,eph Babad
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All Their Relatives and
Friends
-l^^YNEW YEAR
Wd Mr" Samuel Badanes
.,,. *nd D"thter
W,sh AU Their Relatives and
Friends
-Ll^j^NEW YEAR
*H Mrs. Raymond I. Bain
[... anl Family
Wuh All Their ReULve, tnd
A SAPPY NFW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Blerman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. David Brooks
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miss Ruth Brotman
Wishes All Her Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. David Brown
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. L. Block
143 S. W. 7th Street
Wish All Their Miami Friends
and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR __
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberc
and Datubter Charlotte
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blumi-
and Family
Wish All Then Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs Morris Bear
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker
and Son
Wish Ali Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. Benjamin M. Bloom
and Family
Wish Al' Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Broad
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Cantor
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Chernlgoff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. William Clein
Wish AU Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Cohan
and Son, Sandy Kaplan
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cohen
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Corel
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Courshon
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris L. Cowen
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Georre A. Diamond
Son and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Diamond
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Drewich
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. Drucker
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Dubbia
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelson
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Emmer
and Son Philip'
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Eisenberg
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elklu
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Enfield
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dan Kngelberg
Wishes All His Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenasi
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Estroff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR





PAGE FORTY
*JeN isti noridlton
Outstanding
Jewish Books
(Continued from Page 39) ..
destroyed by the Nazisforever.
It will survive only in such books
as those of Sholem Aleichem.
For the English readerwho
cannot enjoy this world in the
original Yiddish. Maurice Samuel
has written a descriptive account,
often using Sholem Aleichem's
own wordsthat will enable any
one of us to get the feel, the joy.
the sorrow, the very essence of
this murdered and vanished Jew-
ish folk life. Samuels book is
called The World of Sholem
Aleiehem: it is written with humor
and love, that is. in the very spirit
of Sholem Aleichem himself. In
its 350 pages you can learn and
appreciate more about the tradi-
tional folk life of the Jews than
in scores of learned histories and
sociological studiesand you will
chuckle over or sigh overbut in
any caseenjoy every moment
you give to this book.
Most Jews in America are the
children of the men and women
who lived in ?hi ^^^
world. But the a^ A***
*n altogether *"* it
American life ^ '? **
*. as it itselfX oh^ *
^ three centurieX.^^
,Co-t'nued,t;tereJh.V
To All We Say, "A Most Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinberg
Geralyn and Jan Harvey
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and .Mrs. Paul J. Gerstman
and Family
Wish All Their Relative, and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Feit
Mr. and Mrs. Max
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Grrstrin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. John Feller
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Fenster
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. Ii..... Gillinan
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Getsug
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
-Mr. and Mr-. Louis Glassrr
an-l ii.hi hiii-
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Isadore Goldstein
Wishes All His Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. David Goldstein
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and .Mrs. Benjamin Kaplan
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R. Kaplan
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Fink
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Margaret C. Glut
Wishes All Per Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
.Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Golin
and Mrs. (elia Javin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. Harry Gordon
and Son. Jimmy
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. Kaufman
1382 N. W. 62nd St.. Miami
Extend New Year Wishes To Al'
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kerstein
and Daughter Gloria
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
* nd BURm^
,.u and Famil, ^
"W All Their ffi^
Friends
_____AHAPPY NEW fUi
Mr. Leon u5^"1
W.shes All His r3
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Year
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore D. Fire-
Stone and Daughter, Barbara Ann
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank
an'l Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
.Mr and Mrs. *be S. Goldman
.862 S. W 6th Street
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Frankrl
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Mayer II. Frankrl.
Daughter Natalie and Son Marvin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. (harles Goldstein
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Fmanuel Gordon
and Family
Wl h All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knobel
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz
and Daughter Joy
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. (harles Greenfield
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jo^T^T
,lr and Family
Wish All Then Relativ
Friends
____A HAPPY NEW Year
Mr ndMrs.gg.u^
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Sophie Levitt
Wishes All Her Relative ud
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. (ieo. (ioldberg
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and .Mrs. A. K. i Happy)
Freilich
43* S. W. 15th Avenue
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore (ioldbrrg
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jaek Goldstei.i
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
H
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker
410 N. W. 18th Avenue
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Moses Krieger
and Family
Wisli All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Halperin
Wish Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Lt. and Mrs. Samuel Franzblau
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Sam Goldstein
and .mills
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. |.. j. nart.
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretsky
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby
Betty Arlene. Sam.Jr., Chester J |
Wish All Their Relatives and'
Friends
____ A^HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob~Lune~
844 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beirk
Wish All Our Neighbor!, Relatival
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Friedman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Feuer
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr.
Fine
and Mrs Isador
and Son Louis
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Bernard Frishburg
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
apt. and Mrs. M. G. Furman
an' Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Louis Gadon
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. (lift Gordon
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Henry
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld
and Family
Wish All -TTieir Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Lutskj
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ely Lenn
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Joe Kirsrhbaum
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
George K. Gottlieb
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green berg
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. L. Gross berg
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Yetta Grier. Daughter, and
Lt Maars Perles. Overseas
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Gershon,
and Polly Gershon
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Grund-
wrrg and Sons
Tides Hotel
Extend Best Wishes for the New
Years To One and All of Then
Friends
Mrs. Muriel Hlrsch
Ocean Surf Hotel
Wishes All Her Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Joe and Merle Kolbcr
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leibowiu
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
.Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Lctui
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N. Hal pert
Family, and Son Stanton
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Hankoff
and Family
Wish All T.ieir Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kotkin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Koven
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis LctIdsm
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. Fred link*
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kirschenbaum
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I
Extends Best Wishes For
A Most Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Grief
Dr. and Mrs. George Gerson
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. \\ Imberman
and Family
Wteh All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NFJW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. t s. Jamison
and Family
Wish '1 Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Kaufman
and Son Sgt. Marvin
Wish All Their Relative!, and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Donald LaVigne
and Son and Daughters
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Murray Maschler
Extends
Best Wishes For
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Mey|
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mil*
1428 S. W. 1st Street
Wish All Their Relatives ana
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Milltf
If
Mr. and Mrs. Sam
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives an
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR_
Of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
-Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Laibson
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. |s|dor Langner
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max 3
and Family .
Wish All Their Relatives**
Friend!
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. John M
and Family
Formerly of %
W.sh All Their Relatives*
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


DAY
SEPTEMBER 15. 1944 _
ytnding
Jewish Books
|(Conliaed from P.re 40)
hpr, While a number of
1 .!< and a few autobiog-
ifSoS themselves^ with
Jewish life in the United States,
no one great master has put this
life lmperishably on paper. But
a book appeared last year which
does give us an accurate account
of at least the externals, the outer
skin, of American Jewry, it is
called The American Jew: A Cotn-
+JewMFhr/dbt)
PAGE FORTY-ONE"
T
posite Picture; and it is edited by
Oscar Janowsky. Prom it you can
learn the varieties of Jewish
religious and social life in Ameri-
ca; how the American Jews are
organizedand disorganized; you
can learn the numbers and occu-
pations of our Jewish citizens.
their different views on life,
religion and politics; and you can
read, fn brief, the story of the
participation of the Jews in
American history and culture
throughout its entire course. In-
cidentally, the first Jewish settle-
ment in the United States was
here in New York City, when a
boatload of Jews landed in our
harbor in 1654; next to the Dutch
they were the first European
?roup to settle in the city. No
oneit seems to mewho is
interested in the Jews of America
. (Continued on Pate 45) .
o All We Say, "A Most Happy New Year''
^rT^anley C. Myers
' ,nd Family
Bish AH Their Relatives and
Friends
, HAPPY NEWYEAR
ish All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR
""mTTjoT Mechlow
WlShes All His Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosenblitt
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr.
\w*ito- ** M,,,er
and Family
fish AH Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEWYEAR
[^sT Wallace N. Maer
and Family
Bish AH Their Relatives and
Friends
L HAPPY NEW YEAR_
ir. and Mrs Louis Miller
1572 Meridian Avenue
Suh All Their Relatives and
Friends
[ HAPPY NEW YEAR____
and Mrs. I. Rosengarten
and Son, Eddie
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sater
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Rosenstein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPV NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Rothberc
and Son Martin Paul
and Daughter Klaine Sara
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. P. Sokaloff
1898 S. W. 4th Avenue
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Spector
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Srhindler
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mi. and Mrs. Philip Steir
and Family
531 15th Street
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Tobin
and Wayne Tobin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Marilyn and Samuel Tunica
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
w
N
Mrs. Philip A. Neuwirth
and Daughters
Ifish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ethel Kothlein
Sons, Robert and Harold, of the
Army and Malvin. of the Navy
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. Harry Oliphant
and Son
Ifish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ida Optner and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
lb and Mrs. A. I. Orlansky
fish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
P
| Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pallot
and Family
liih All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper
and Family
lsh All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and .Mrs. Harry Schwartz
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I.t. Col. and Mrs. Elry Stone
Wisli All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro
and the Boys
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin
and Family
410 45th Street
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kabin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives- and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ray vis
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Reisman
a-.i Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I nd Mrs. Morris Pepper
and Family
All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richter
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. .lean Seitlin
Her Son. Emanuel and
Daughter, Shirley
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoenburg
and Family
2528 S. W. 10th Street
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. Weiss
639 West Avenue, Miami Bearh
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sehrager
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seidcrman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Paul Weitzman
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. D. Werthcimer
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Selevan
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shapoff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Ml
nd Mrs. Nathan Prittker
and Family
Jtish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Rev. and Mrs. Eara Raphael
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
* Max Rappaport
nd Family
|W8h AU Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
"! Mrs. Sam Reinhard
and Family
fcjj*! AWW*. Miami Beach
paUlheir Relatives and
Friends
^APPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Schechter
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Slrkin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Willner
and Son Arthur
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Wolfe
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Siskind
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shopiro
and Family
212 Ocean Drive
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Philip Romer
^ nd Child
phAUThcirlMaUvesand
Friends
LH^PY NEW YEAR
w* Mrs. Harry Rose
I*i4h All*"' Fami,>'
I n Their Relatives and
. fiends
4 HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. ChaTTeTRos^aTtTn
and Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR_____
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Miami Beach
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Daughter
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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984 S. W. 4th Street
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Daughter Miriam Patricia
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Friends
"A HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Mr. Harry Simonhoff
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. D. Singer
1786 S. W. 10th Street
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
---------TmTT W D. (Bill) SI"*"
Mi. and Mrs. w. '
and Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Sons, Dennis and Warren
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis
and Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
_Mr. nd Mrs. Nat Zalka
and Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen
and Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeients
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


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ROSH HOSHANA PRAYER
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agenry, Inc.
Going to the Synagogue t'u-
Rosh Hoshana morning, a stran.:e
thought came to me. What if 1
were called upon to stand up oe-
fore '.lie whole Congregation md
oliei the Congregational prayer. !t
WM nonsense of course. I said to
myseif. The Rabbi would do 't.e
praying or the Cantor. I. a lav.-nan
woulu not be called upon. Yet. 1.
remembered too that the proced-
ure* >l Synagogue are democratic
Any layman in Judism may "a nl
up before the whole congregation
and lead in the praying. Some!i>w
the thought would not dowi
what would 1 say if I were ailed
upon io make this prayer?
Well i thought to myaell ><
m-; ai untheologlcally tutored per
tOTi I would not be presump'i ni<>
I wniila speak simply.
Ood I would say. you know me j
fOl al I am There is no ute |
D lin. on And God I am jo'ne '
. ipeai to you plainly too i tin
noi going to be formal. We Jbts
. tnicte-1 it love God od
. ow h}* on' speaks to MM
;r. ( iif lov It times of e **r-
: -.,-.. '5od iu remember -ieb
I... i) -T Bcrdichev. Yo J
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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r
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TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
I!
Carrib Novelty Co.
Imported and Domestic
Novelties
Congress Building
thoot. sen*
I All A Moot Happr
NEW YEAR
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Steaks Chops Chicken
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
KINSMAN
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MIAMI BEACH
In Our Many Friends St Patrons
We Extend Best Wishes For
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Lou and Helen Fried
CAUSEWAY INN
41 N. E. 13th Street
'..id no better friend on eari i.
:. d. tl r.n tl'ut tainted rab'i .' >u
rc-rrmbcr 11 w lie used to t.i k
.io he UoOd 'oc even chide 'M
i n .-. [on anci I bet. Km
<, liked it. Vou knew v was
in.mie. you v> ew it was sin .c
~,o.i I am i ol !( t" tie the I iOe
locos oi that pious rabbi. ) l I
want io u^* U you In the si.ue
homi -iik'; .-..\ he c.id.
God. we arc Bearing vietoiv ana
entering the year when we mall
lusi have the zachtit of eaUftP
Hltleitaachen You know how
much pleasure we get from estUig
ihmentaachen. but it is no hiaa
Uke the pleasure we will r,I front
ali.ig Hitlertaschen.
But you too will gel pleaj ie
.icm it Lor.i Every time we iat
o; e we will have to say an addi-
tional benediction. We will ha/e to
gay each time another "hauvizi
lechem min he-aretn." "Blesie I
it thOU, O Lord Our God. who
, as brought lorth bread from the
ailh"
God. teach us tins secret whU h
,xc so dearly need to know oi
Hinging forth bread from the
ith Out of the dark earth, llion
m-ngst forth bread and all 'lie
thing* of life. Teach us. O God. hi
ii ret to bring forth good OH* of
I i O God. there is so n..-.i
uarxiiess!
Thou takest the very chmn oi
I e i arth to make soil for fragrant
ll)\. is. Thou knowest how to l. tee
the '-uina of disintegrating iif- u>
iniU forth new and vigoi .\s
i twths.
O tk)d. look down and see ir.'.-
nuns of the world which evil
Hi- have brought about See
whole nations enslaved and pit-
lager1 see in wltat ruins thy peo-
ple. Israel, are. God. look down on
Warsaw and Vilno!
T'ey were full of people. Gpd.
Who loved you. who every day as
thev bound the phylacteries aiMut
irHJlr arm repeated. "I will betroth
thee to me." Every day like a 'over
thoj approached you as a orld.--
proom his bride.
Yet. see. God. the ruins of War-
That All Our Friends and Patrons May Enjoy
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IS THE SINCERE WISH OF
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T
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THE
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The RABBI, OFFICERS and DIRECTORS
of
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"MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION"
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and FELLOW WORSHIPERS a
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won naw rur?
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=2^^*5*3
my and Vilna ofTT*"
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SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW IBB"
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DAY,
gEPTEMBER 15, 1M*
l**stfk**tlan
NEW YEAR MESSAGE
THE YEAR OF LIBERATION
[ By ARCHIE H. CREENBERG
V.tional Commander, Jewish War Veterans of U. S.
Lh Americans and as Jews. Until victory, those alive had
ttt the New Year with hap- nothing left but hope-hope of
% our hearts and thanks Uberation. To them, the United
voices With our heroic Nations triumph is nothing short
winning the victories that of a new lease on life, a second
*lble liberation from the birth.
5 Nazi tyianny, the liberty Thus, the New Year is a happy
mule of the world enter occasion,a happy occasion that
- of freedom and carries with it added responsibil-
ities for the Jews of the United
people of
new era
irricv. ,_ k"T1 iV" ",c oews OI ">e United
i lew's on the occasion of the States, the strongest Jewish corn-
year Hi's liberation has munity in the world. We must
and the
implications,
the free Jews o
Great Britain
democracies of the world,
,ns a f'aI repudiation of
hlK concept of Nazi racism;
tons the triumph of democ-
ovei dictatorship. And Jews,
with 'heir historic tra-
not seek to evade our destiny we
f the United must Join together in all our
leping wuii '".....-~
that glorifies the dignt'.y
m and the sanctity of the
tidual know more poignantly
1 most people the virtues of
Idemocratic way of life.
i the Jews of Germany, I
Hungary. France and
t Nazi conquered countries
I ire still ahve. the victorious
1 ; of liberation offer a re-
More than three millions
hews of Europe have been
Hitered by the merciless Nazis.
the
In A Mont Happy New Year
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|riclure* While You Wait
Cameras Binoculars
| hrtnitl Novell* Photo*
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PHONE 9-1143
|mw year greetings
/EBER, THOMPSON
& LEFCOURT
ACCOUNTANTS and
AUDITORS
8H0RELANU ARCADE
PHONE 3-6393
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ill
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SHEET METAL AND
|!00FrNG CONTRACTORS
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
ALEXANDER'S
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ptRAl CLEANING CO.
T
lour Patronage Always
Appreciated
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SEASONS GREETINGS
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We Station
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'^motive Repairs and
T Meter Service
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*EW
VEAR GRKETING8
WALTER A.
FREDRICH'S
MARKET
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'ONE 7-2377
fc*^ Greeting."
***m t. mumm
WILSON
I 4 iff EXP*RIENCE
1 'hone 5-3WJ
and the Jewish way of life. Both
at home and abroad We must
accept the challenge of our jffij
aXedeVen thU8h ma* *>
added responsibilities, greater
In !natien, "" hl8her "SSS!
ui joy of liberation, we must not
'orget the toil of reconstruction
To this task the Jewish War
Veterans of the United States
dedicates itself. We are the or-
Kaniaztion of, by and for the
quarter of a million Jewish veter-
ans of World War I and the half
million Jewish servicemen of
World War II. We are a militant
organization-militantly American
and militantly Jewish because
our members have fought and
died for the principles of Ameri-
PAGE FORTY-THREE
canism, the principles that guar-
antee our right to be Jews.
We devoutly believe in our fu-
ture as an organization of grow-
ing stature, but we sincerely seek
unity and cooperation in Jewish
life as is evidenced by our mem-
bership and participation in the
councils of the American Jewish
Conference and the National Com-
munity Relations Advisory Coun-
cil. We are at one and the same
time a symbol of Jewish patroit-
ism and a living force for the
defense of Jewish rights.
It is in this spiritin behalf
of our membership of veterans of
the first World War and our
eighty thousand service members
still in uniformthat we salute
ijj
MR. and MRS. BEN SERKIN and SONS
WISH ALL THEIR RELATIVES
AND FRIENDS A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. SIDNEY WASSERMAN
AND FAMILY
2210 S. W. 17th STREET
To Our Many Friends and Patrons Wa Wish
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
i
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SCHIFF'S MARKET
MR. and MRS. J. SCHIFF
1600 Lanox Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5-3751
Mr. and Mn. Joseph J. Rawlion
and Family and
Mr. Mrs. David Schwartzman
and Family of
Rawlson & Co., Inc.
DRAPERY SHOP
114 North Miami Avenue
Wish all Their Customers a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
E. B. TAIT
ACCOUNTANT
HO 12 N. E. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI
the Year of Liberation, that we
wish a Happy New Year to the
people of Israel wherever they
may live in the United States,
in Europe, in Palestine and else-
where throughout the world.
Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons
East Coast Equipment Co., Inc.
1228 S. W. 1st Street Miami. Florida
GREETINGS
MR. AND MRS. J. WM. BAROS
SEASONS GREETINGS
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REAL ESTATE
1616 ALTON ROAD
PHONE 5-6409
Best Wishes to Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
Bake Rite Bakery, Inc.
NOW OPEN
471 S. W. Eifhth Street
PHONE 3-7923
E
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GREETINGS FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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1122 Biscayne Boulevard
THAT THE COMING YEAR MAY BE
FULL OF HAPPINESS. JOY AND PROSPERITY
FOR ALL JEWRY IS THE SINCERE WISH OF
J. MARK WILCOX
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Nurses' Official Registry
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24-Hour Service ^ Your ln.pect.on Inv.t.d
ELFIE SUTHERLAND. R. N., President
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EXTEND
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
HAPPY NEW YEAR
WE HOPE AND PRAY
THAT THIS NEW YEAR
WILL BRING COMPLETE
VICTORY AND WILL
INSURE TRUE DEMOCRACY
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NATHAN MARKOWITZ




I

PAGE FORTY-FOUR
9-Jenlsifkridinn
Why 52 Foreigners
Went To Town
(Continued from Page 36'
petition of the first of the fifty-
two.
"Petition granted," fell Judge
Miller's words, almost inauriibly
A new American, in uniform air
already bearing arms for his coun
trj. was born Just by the Won
likp "Let there be lisht and their
was light." The scene was some-
what Biblical in the court room
So'diers and their relatives sat
liushed. tense, though every case
was already decided favorably in
advance Then poor Diego fell
astecv and the inevitable happen-
ed, and the snoring resounded
IhmURli the dignified court like an
earthquake in the midst of a wed
ding service. Judge Miller barel)
ami Ire. barely touched the table
witil his mallet, but every man
within reach nudged Diego in the
ribs at imperceptible intervals
throughout the remainder of tin-
Ions session, and his eyelids never
again showed even a sign of j
drooping during that time.
"David Zagier. born in PolanJ
In 1919. citizen of the Union of
South Africa, resident in the'
United States since 1940. at pres- j
ent in the service of the United j
States Army, recommended ..."
"Petition granted," said Judgt
Miller. Something pressed inside
my throat. I could not see clear!)
I lor a minute, but it seemed to me
t:.at Judge Miller had a smile for
Die when he said "petition grant
ed." We took the oath of allcg
lanee collectively in an impressive
ceremony, but the pledge to thfl
flag was not without a touch of
mirth. The chief examiner had at
Irat deleted the phrase "one na-
:<>:i indivisible." One never know
with these Southerners, thought
the new-born Yankee Zagler for
ip may be a secessionist. We
! Americans ought to look Into it ,
Rosh Hoshana Prayer
'Continued from Page -'
store to new life these ruins, and
alas, as you look down yon ill}
where are thy? So complete ha-
the Nazi destruction been A
Russian writer Visiting Polpr.d
(berated by the Russian armies.
said that everywhere he had seeii
nen and women in tears, bt, he
had seen no Jews in tears, lift
were no Jews even to weep and
the Nazis have made sure that the
nuns of the millions of Jews \vh >m
they murdered in their "death
factories" shall not testify at.i.i j;
them. The bones and flesh of the
gray beard, of the pretty youru it'll
whose thoughts were first Vin;
stirred by love's sweet dream and
of the young mother and the chJkl
who suckled at her breast ai
all indistinguishable in the ashes.
Only a seed here and there haVd
escaped But God. a seed is left.
The foolish world judges th.ns-,
jby size, but Thou. God. kno.
thai there is nothing greater than
i i tiny seed.
Thou plainest a seed in the dark
earth and it brlngeth forth bread
it brlngeth forth a great tree
>I life.
God. Israel, too. is but a seed
among the nations. A seed >t
righteousness, it Is for this that
we are persecuted it is for tins
that they have built death f irto
lies for us. We are murdered lor
Thee God. See how m every
country the forces winch seek to
thwart progress unite first In tneir
hatred of the Jew. Israel is a seed
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of righteousness and the evil
forces are afraid the seed will
urow.
God. that great rabbi of Israel,
whom I mentioned before. Rtb
Ischak Lelb of Berdlchev also
lived in troublous times In tie
days of the dictator Naiwleon He
was greatly moved by the suffer-
ings of Israel in those days an-1 on
Rosh Hoshana. you remember
what he said to you?
It was sort of impudent the way
he spoke. He said to you, then.
'Oh Lord, on this day on which
you write down the fate of brae]
in a book for the coming year,
if you write down a happy new
year for Israel, then all well and
good, but Lord, if you propose to
>AY, SEPTEMBER ,5,
write otherwise t ,
Lelb of Berdichev h b ** I
to do it by ,,"enVo d0 forbid Z\
against wrLJ?* ^*S
-,nddays,l0whi-^.j|
God, those are m
too." e m? ntiow
Mrs. Freda Newma
Mr. Arnold Newman
Mr. Edward T.NeWmjn|
W"h ,heir '** r*ij
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DELUXE LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANEK
341 N. W. 36th Street NERS
WISHES ALL JEWRY A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
ABE POLSTER
Avondale Apartments
315 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 28830
SEASONS GREETINGS
from
V
Welton Insurance Co.
LANGFORD BUILDING
FLORIDA APPLIANCE SERVICF
751 West FlaoW ?-. ,V y
Wishes All It. Friend, and Patrons
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAH
$
GREETINGS FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
National Provision
Company
231 N. W. 5th Street
OSCAR MAYERS
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$
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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Transfer & Storage
328 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-5411
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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2380 N. W. Seventh Street
PHONE 4-5965
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
EL TOREADOR
3481 S. Dixie Highway
"i
T
It li Plexure to Extend
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
TROPICAL STUDIOS
Photography
123 N. E. 2nd Street
PHONE 3-0204
m
Wishing All Our Friends
and Customers
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
LEADER
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1325 Wash ins ton Avenue
Miami Beach
V
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
EARL V. WILSON COMPANY
Merchandise Brokers
Jacksonville Tamp*
Miami
To Jewry Everywhere
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
RICHARD
"DIC K"
BERENSON
And Associates
BISCAYNE
FRONTON
It l a Pleaiure to Extend Our
Sincere Best Withe* for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
yi
EAST V I EW
Convalescent Home
1216 S. W. 2nd Avenue
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Convalescent Home
241 N. W. 29th Street
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
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PHONE 3-9433
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Miami, Florida
y>
DR. and MRS.
M. B. MARKS
AND FAMILY
Wish All Tlirlr Friends
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
y
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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MERCHANDISE FOOD FACTORS
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
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1700 N. W. 25th Avenue
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irtt work I shall mention
P j!th one of the burning
El of o'u- war-torn world.
IfSiUed Thr Forfotten Ally
Ti^written by Pierre Van
I 'V It presents, for the first
Ra full story of the par-
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Bed Nations' war for free-
12story -sadly neglected or
Vd aside by our press and
frt'. book will Rive you the corn-
EJ background of Errands
TAmericas promise to help
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Utine It tells of the heroic
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tehalf of a United Nations'
'^Finally, it will bring
m'to yu u,e inJustlce- the
krtbreak, and the tragedy that
l isue if- m accordance with
!Sof -he White Paper
. by tbg British government
in IMP, the gates of Palestine are
closed to Jewish immigration after
the war. Europe will be burdened
with hundreds of thousands of
homeless misery-stricken Jews
Pew or no western nations are
willing to change their immigra-
tion law?: and open their doors to
them. Palestine alone, according
to expert opinion, can accommo-
date a minimum of at least two
million newcomers. That last
and sole hope of the surviving
Jews of Europe must not be shat-
tered. The White PaperVan
Paassen convinces usmust be
abolished. Indeed, if wishes were
horses, beggars would rideand
Van Paassen's book would and
should become a best-seller.
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j?5^EPTEMBER
GOOD WILL IN ACTION
It Happened in America
By BERNARD POSTAL
Director of B'nai B'rith Information
Not withstandins some disturb-1 Palestine. Thus far over 33 turn-
ing evidences that wartime ten- jewish heroes have UlUS been
sions have exacerbated latent
prejudices in the sphere of Inter-
group rcaltions, it is a fact, as
honored. In Philadelphia, the Erie
Methodist Church held New Years
was made plain in a recent report ve memorial services for a Jewish
by Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, presi-
dent of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, that in-
ter faith good will in the United
States has speeded up during the
soldier missin;: in action. Thous-
ands of non-Jewish servicemen
who want to make an early Mass
have been called in time by B'nai
B'rith volunteers who man the
war and "is far in advance of any B'nai B'rith Hospitality House in
point reached in World Wai I." |Los Anceles. the world's largest
Nowhere was good will in action ;tr no'el {ov servicemen, one of
more strikingly manifest than *e features of whlcn Is a time
among the armed forces who clock through which servicemen
know that one of the things they arr awakened at whatever hour]
are fighting for is "the practice "iev Indicate.
of brotherhood.'' What started out To honor Lt. Sidney Brook-., of
two years ago as a spontaneous I Cleveland, the first Nckio pilot
gesture on the part of isolated killed in the war. B'nai B'rith pre-
Jewish soldiers and sailors became rented an oil painting of the Negro (
virtually a worldwide movement'hero to a Negro community cen-
this year when Jewish men In tri During the past year. B'nai
uniform came forward by the tens B'rith provided some 25 recrea-
of thousands to volunteer for spe- tlonal facilities for Nemo service-
cial details, extra duties, and KP
to release their Christian com-
rades for Christmas observances
Thousands of Christian service-
men enjoyed Christmas furloughs
when their Jewish comrades-in-
arms delayed furloughs and passes
on Christmas. When Rosh Ho-
shana and Yom Kippur came
around, the Christian servicemen
returned the favor.
On the home front, too the wai
produced such examples Ol good
will in action. In Los Angeles, the
Plrst Congregational Church es-
tablished an interfaith war shrine
where families of all denomina-
tions and creeds honor then serv-
icemen in thoughts and prayers.
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canoe County in Indiana, regard-
less ol race or creed, is hem1 me-
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;men in various parts of the coun-
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special citation for this inter-
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Okmuli.ee. Oklahoma, took place
in the First Methodist Church
where 90 men in uniform observed
I the Passover festival.
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of arranging for the admittance of
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Danish government and people in
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^HAPPENED LAST YEAR
(Refitw of the Yaar)
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PAGE FORTY-SEVEN
Copyi'iRht'
By MILTON BROWN
1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
In
C.
t Bosh Hashonah there was
w .~ .which American
0U
^Tom Samuel Chobrut
to
rtSwd with WWW "inter-
jSe from Samuel Chnhr.,,
Sent of the Jewish
K^f Moscow. It said: "Over
L. of the canonades. we
S voices prophesying that
1 S near, v.ctory of good
jLl of God's word over Sa-
l michinat.ons. Brother Jews
fefSS republic across the
I^th ov we inform you that
. of' liberation is near.
, world has urown callous to
but in tins case the canon-
Pm Russia themselves soon
out the same note
I hope
, from R"ssia
to boom
as the Russian
,heir remarkable advances
advance of the Russian
though lo be sure, not a
;.[1C3lly Jewish thing was yet
Ull f^ of the ,aSt yeaf
t!le Jewish standpoint as
the general standpoint. The
Ul.ll*-" \.f,P 111!'
armies be-
man armies
blitz" before the
go to make up Russia. Russian
Jewry stood well at the top for
the proportions of decorations it
had received.
It was revealed too that a very
respectable number of Jews were
serving as officers in the military
forces. The list of Jewish generals
was a very considerable one and
one of them Lieutenant General
Ivan D. Cherniakhovsky. whose
White Russian Army was the first
to cross Into German soil, was
the most decorated officer in the
Russian army, although only 36
years old.
The Rosh Hashonah messase of
last year sent by the head of the
Moscow Jewish Community is
worth noting for other reason be-
sides Its prophecy of early libera-
tion. The message in itself bespoke
the fact that the chasm long sep-
armio
ns to end. outclassed all the
tuns could show in the first
, of war. The year 5704 was
m which darkest tragedy cov-
, the Jewish people, but the
Bian advances, streaked the
night as it were with rays
bunt which foretold with cer-
Lty the comim; dawn.
, be sure mmhty strokes were
delivered by America and
ish forces, but Prime Minister
Crchill and other Allied lead-
have themselves testified to
, fact that the chief burden of
fighting had been borne by
S Russians.
bt was with some pride that
fe the world over noted the im-
itant part Jews were playing in
. Russian fighting machine. A
(of those decorated for valor or |
significant contribution to
,ar effort showed many thous-
of Jews decorated. Among
! scores of nationalities which
El.? ,USS'an Jewry from th
issr. ofnthe wo,id w **"
[Wed up. Perhaps the phrase in
the message promising "victory"
of God's word over Satan's machi-
nations" is also worthy of some
thought.
Was God coming back to Rus-
sia? Were religion and Judaism to
see a revival?
One need not make mountains
or small things prematurely, but
Russia during the year as far as
religion is concerned and as far
as specific Jewish values are con-
cerned, did show a trend back to
pre-Soviet days. Thus, it was an-
nounced that the Soviet had es-
tablished a special Bureau for
Jewish Religions Affairs. Further,
the long hostility between Russia
and Palestine seemed to be under-
going a change. While there was
nothing overt to indicate a change
of attitude officially on the part
of Russia, it was significant that
Ivan Maisky. Assistant to M. Mol-
otoff, the Vice Commissar of For-
eign Affairs, had on a visit to
Palestine, made it a point to spe-
cially interest himself in the Jew-
ish development taking place
there. The famous Lenin Library
in Russia also had contacted
Palestine to augment its Hebrew
collection. Palestine Jewry itself
had also evinced its deep sym-
pathies with Russia. It had dis-
patched ambulances to Russia for
the war and it was reported in the
press than an exhibit of Palestine's
development had been flown to
Russia.
The Gloomy Side Of The Picture
In Liberated Cities
Cheering as this might be. the
advance of the Russian armies
brought gloom also, as their liber-
ating armies confirmed the fears
231
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that Hitler had gone through with
his extermination of Jews. In city
after city, liberated by the Rus-
sian armies. Odessa. Minsk, Vilna.
Lublin, scarce a Jew was to be
found. One Russian writer, Vladi-
mir Grossman, traveling through
the liberated areas, wrote that he
had seen many people In these
places in tears, but no Jews in
tears. There were no more Jews
even to weep. Grimmer, sadder
words could not have been penned.
No Jews to weep. The destruction
had been complete. Some had been
fortunate enough to get away and
fly to interior Russian territory
before the German occupation
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armies came in. Some had fl I
to join the partisans forces and
so escaped, but those who had
.stayed had been cleaned out to
the last manand the last woman
to the last graybeard and tlr
last child.
Confirmation of the mencless
and wholesale slaughter of Jews
in all Nazi-occupied regions came
from a Christian bodythe Inter-
national Church Ecumenical Re-
fugee Commission which reported
that their reports showed that in
only two of the German "death
Camps" for Jews, a total of 1.-
71...000 Jews had been put to
death In the same "gas cham-
bers.' tens of thousands of Jews
of Poland, of the Netherlands of
Greece, of France, of Belgium and
Germany, the old and the young
men. women and babies, had been
deliberately led to death. To be
sure, the full horrors of these
.slaughters are not yet revealed,
but now and then there came
inklings of the scenes that were
enacted, of the thousands stand-
ing m line waiting for their turns
in the gas chambersof the vic-
tims sometimes given a piece of
soap each to make them think
the? were uoing to be bathed, in-
Sti'.id o! killed. Other storie., came
of the -deported" Jews first being
WUtkeil to a point where they were
of no more use before they were
thrown into the mill of death
There was no mercy and no pre-
tense of mercy. Dr Robert Ley
Minister of Labor in Germany
wrote an article in Dr Goebbels
paper titled. "Hitler's secret wea-
pon.'' The secret weapon, he said.
was anti-Semitism "Judah must
die to save the world." said the
article. That hate of the Jews was
indeed the prime robot in the
Nazi arsenal to put down the spirit
of revolt amons the Germans
themselves was plainly to be seen.
Dav inday out. long after there
were no Jews in Germany and
most of the Jews in the Nazi oc-
cupied countries had been mur-
dered, this robot about the Jews
being the cause of all evil was
tossed outto divert the people
fiom the Nazis themselves When-
ever the United Nations scored
I some significant victory, the Ger-j
I man tirade against the Jew; was
intensified, the Nazis always fall-
ing back on the drug of hate as
the secret weapon to bolster the
falling morale of the Axis people.
It was only toward the end of
i lie year that Nazi leaders in Ger-
many began to change their tunes j
somewhat, as they saw defeat star-
ing them in the face and felt the
nceo of drumming UP some alibis
foi the eventual day of account-
ing Then it was. that Sunderman.
Irjr. Goebbels assistant deputy, in;
a talk to foreign correspondents.
attempted to put the blame for
[ihc extermination of Jews on the
i Labor organization. The Jews had
simply been mobilized for war,
labor, he explained, and 11 they
died at this work, the labor de-
partments must be held account-
able Similarly the Nazis showed
uneasiness by frequently digging
up the mass graves, and destroy-
ing all remains of Jewish bodies,
. that the Nazi crimes might not be
shown up.
It seems clear that during the
year the countries of Germany.
Austria, and Holland have been
made virtually "Juden-rein."
| There may. to be sure, be left a
'few Jews. The Nazis sources them-
Iselves say there are between 1,000
and 1.500 Jews in Vienna and
about 5.000 in the remainder of
Austriaand this may well be.
Perhaps in Holland and even in
Germany itself there may be a
few hundred or a few thousand
but scarcely more. The fate of the
Jews in the Czech Protectorate
has been probably as severe.
Whatever Jews there remain in
the Czech Protectorate are to be
found in the There/.in concentra-
tion fortress.
In Czecho-Slavia. apparently
some Jews are still left In Jugo-
slavia, many thousands of Jews
are fighting with the Partisans
and Jews there seem to be playing
a very significant part in the fight-
Ins which has given the Nazis so
many headaches. General Tito's
army is reported to contain some
.10.000 Jews.
The Nazis had put on the I best
manners in Denmark and even
the Jews profited from that to
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fr0O the Bntish-American
. during l"* >'ear piVOted
J ,he conquests of Sicily.
1 leading to Um surrender of
. ThTliopwl for complete de-
.ll} f ipws at the time was
fe&SeS by the Ger-
^ ukn over northern Italy.
BinURome and other cities of
'in occupied Portion wen
^ in many instances, but
Lis la^ ,llPir handS n *
JSanber. Today, following
'U^ing of Rome, the Jewish
IpaUtion estimated at some
Vwhereas its pre-war Jewish
Nation was around 12.000.
liTItaly* Afncan neighbor
L,h North Africa, which had
Z taken from Vichy-German
o^oi the preceding year, there
some dismantlement over the
Ration of the Cremieux de-
L by General Giraud decree.
tar much protracted contro-
L. the Cremioux Decree was
LsUted in force by the newly
ated French Committee for
ktional Liberation.
fof transcending interest from
L Allied point of view was of
irse the opening of the western
loot in France. D-Day was mark-
I by observance by Jews all over
world. Jews gathered at the
filling Wall in Jerusalem to pray.
is gathered in humble synago-
in Brooklyn to recite the
and elderly pious Jews
itched in procession through
vmsville to mark the occasion.
[American Jews were enthusiast-
1 over the fact that the first on-
ght of boat? to reach the
ich coast on D-Day was led
[Lieutenant Conditti. a boy from
wmsville and a Brooklyn boy,
leant Halpcnn was among the
first, if not the very first to actual-
ly land on French soil.
The liberation of Prance had
begun just when reports were
reaching the country that many
of the Vichy officials engaged in
enforcing the anti-Jewish meas-
ures were being charged with ap-
propriating to themselves confis-
cated property of French Jews.
The Developments in Palestine
In Palestine which had been
liberated from the threat of the
Nazis at the decisive battle of El
Alamein during the proceding
year, there was much agitation.
Palestine soldiers were of course
still fighting with the European
armies and Palestine itself was a
haven for many refugees. There
was much inflation. Whereas the
index of living costs in America
was 125 in the middle of the year
just passed, the index in Palestine
was 350. Such a rise in the living
costs constituted of course a ter-
rific burden, but above this, Jews
were agitated still more by the
fact that the Palestine adminis-
tration under High Commissioner
Sir Harold MacMichael appeared
unsympathetic to Jews and more
than this, it was in March of this
year that the White Paper, putting
an end to all further Jewish im-
migration into Palestine and also
forbidding the sale of land to
Jews in Palestine, would go into
force.
The agitation against the White
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Paper took vocal form and among
extremistsresort was had to viol-
ence.
British police, assisted by Polish
M.P.'s on the pretext of looking
for deserters, from the Polish army
but really with the intent of dis-
covering arms in the possession of
Jewish settlers raided the colony
of Hulda and arrested a number
of Jews.
Jews asserted in defense that
Hulda had been twice destroyed
by Arabs and that situated in an
Arab section, it would be fool-
hardy for the Jews of that colony
not to equip themselves for de-
fense.
Believing that only force could
evoke the respect for Jewish de-
mands, extermist groups, mem-
bers of the so called Stern gang,
and another group known as Irgun
Zoai Leumi, were responsible for
resorts to violence. In one case,
the precincts of the police stations
in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa and
even the Arab city of Jaffa were
bombed. At another time, the
British broadcasting station In
Palestine was held up. Subse-
quently upon the announcement of
the retirement of High Commis-
sioner MacMichael, an attempt at
his assassination was made.
The l vlit Against The
White Paper
The fight against the White
Paper spread to other parts of the
world, where Jews were believed
to exert some influence. A parti-
cularly strong fight was waged In
America. The issue in America was
complicated. There was much oil
in Saudi-Arabia, a neighboring
desert land to Palestine of a hun-
dred times the area of Palestine it-
self. American companies had ob-
tained concessions for this oil and
moreover, the government itself
was concerned about the need of
oil. It was charged that Saudi-
Arabia had made its oil conces-
sions conditional on American op-
position to a Jewish Homeland in
Palestine. A representative of
American companies interested in
Arabian oil was one of those to
appear before the House Commit-
tee on Foreign Affairs, which de-
bated a resolution expressing op-
position to the White Paper..
The resolution nevertheless ap-
peared to have smooth sailing but
was finally defeated when Gen-
eral Marshall. Chief of Staff of
the United States Army, appear-
ing for the War Department gave
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it as the opinion of the War De-
partment that the passage of the
resolution at the time, would be
prejudicial to the war effort.
Zionists drew some comfort
from the fact that shortly after,
following a conference with Rabbis
Wise and silver, representing the
American Zionist Emcruency
Council. President Roosevelt ex-
pressed himself as strongly op-
posed to the White Paper.
More vigorous pro-Zionist sym-
pathies were later voiced in the
platforms of both major parties,
Republican and Democratic, meet-
ing in convention, which adopted
planks opposing the White Paper
restriction of Jewish immigration
to Palestine and supporting the
establishment of a Jewish Com-
monwealth.
The Palestine issue created a
crisis within the American Jewish
Conference. the organization
which it was hoped would embody j
the collective will of all American '
Jewry as far as peace aims was
concerned. This hoped for unani-
mity was frustrated when the:
American Jewish Committee an-;
nounced its decision to withdraw
from the American Jewish Con-
ference. The American Jewish
Committee felt it could not sup-
port the demand for a Jewish
Commonwealth in Palestine nor
could it agree to what it regarded
was a subordination of other Jew-
ish interests to the problem of the
political structure of Palestine.
The American Jewish Committee
however declared its emphatic op-
position to the White Paper, re-
stricting Jewish immigration to
Palestine and its head. Judge
Proskauer conferred with the
! State Department to urge its view.
in this respect on the American
'.overnment.
Problems of Belief and
Rehabilitation
The problem of relief and re-
habilitation Of the War stricken
areas loomed In importance with
I the liberation of the first terri-
tories. The United Nations Relief
and Rehabilitation Adminls'**-
Lion, headed by former Governor
Herbert H. Lehman of New York
look charge of the over-all prob-
lem. It was recognized however
that Jewish agencies would be re-
quired to cope with specific Jew-
ish aspects. The United Jewish
Appeal launched a campaign for
$30,000.000 a fund vaster than
iny previous one. to cope with the
problem. The Joint Distribution
Committee was quick to send its
representatives abroad, particular-
ly to North Africa and Italy to
help in the rehabilitation of the
Jewries of these communities
American Jews were disturbed
by an outbreak of anti-Jewish
vandalism which found its targets
in the desecration of Jewish syna-
gogues and cemeteries, and in at-
tacking Jewish children, su h
nit breaks were repotted Ul the
midwest and also in Boston and
nvirons as well as New York
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outbreaks had something of an
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cerned. In the war effort. London.
is the seat of the Mandatory
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many Palestinian conferences. Dr.
Weizmann was very active in bc-
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one occasion, it was reported that
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Weizmann were In conference.
Jewish interest was riveted up-
on London when the Polish gov-
ernment in exile put on trial a
number of Jewish soldiers who,
because of anti-Semitism in the
Polish army, had deserted that
army and joined up with the
British.
The trial resulted in some
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..y SEPTEMBER 15. 1944
*J?M>ncrlcMM7
ned Last Year
Happe
<(Conunued from Page 50)
Lad* P"vaded th ntikB ^
"fn was also the spring-
Cm which many of the
, to -save Hungarian Jewry
d. The occupation by
nS," of Huiwray which for a
"S itself a haven for rem-
, Z followed by application
L usual pattern of Nazi anti-
' measures. The deporta-
rhich have always spelled
L,tinn began. Foreign
C to England applied
Jw to this problem of saving
Hungarian Jews and in Rome.
Scan interceded as did the
, of Sweden. In Washington.
Idcnt Roosevelt issued several
ients warning the Hungarian
unties that they would be held
account if anything happened
the Jews.
w a time, the deportations
tinued and Mr. Eden expressed
,bt of any hopes of saving
but subsequently Admiral
u,y possibly influenced by the
adents warning and also by
npid advances of the Russian
announced that Hungary
dd permit the exit of all Jew-
children and of all adults who
visas for Palestine,
i the midst of the fight on
jan in Europe, the democratic
jns were to perceive that the
ious disease which we were
ibatting in Europe had been
planted in South America.
[Bolivia, a Fascistic anti-Semitic
it seized power. In Argen-
which had refused to co-
M with the United States in
matter of fighting the Axis.
Yiddish press for a time was
jessed. Other anti-Jewish
res followed, until finally Jew-
children in .some sections of
country were secgregated from
children in the public
ils.
was the vear 5704, a year
shadows and lightsa year of
and despair. Hope is the
je of the Jew and as Jews we
Kinue to hope and we have the
ledge to buoy us In our hopes
it last we are in sight of the
;; victory the victory over
team from the lower depths. But
as the saying goes in Brooklyn-
"Wait until next year.- Goody
Rosen may yet prove his mettle
and may yet become the Hero of
Brooklyn.
Now. lets turn to boxing.
The Honor Roll of Boxing was
studded with names of Jewish
champions. Great ones and not so
great ones.. For a time, the Light-
weight Division was considered a
"Jewish Monopoly." No need to
mention here the names of all the
"Second Benny Leonards," the
promising Jewish fighters in the
lighter division of Fistiana, who
aspired to occupy the throne left
vacant by Benny Leonard. There
were a number of Jewish light-
weight champions, Al Singer, Bar-
ney Ross, to mention but a few.
There were other outstanding Jew-
ish fighters, champions and con-
tenders in the other divisions.
However, this is all in the pasu
There is no outstanding Jewish
fighter today. Not One. But Jews
do control and promote boxing.
The outstanding promoters are
Jews. Mike Jacobs, the head of
the Twentieth Century Sporting
Club of New York, is the foremost
boxing promoter not only in New
York, but in the world. Next is
Herman Taylor of Philadelphia,
who stages the bigger and better
boxing shows in the city of Bro-
therly Love.
Chubby Al Weill, who was one
of the shrewdest prize fight man-
agers and who piloted many fight-
ers to championships, has branch-
ed out as a promoter in Washing-
PAGE FIFTY-ONE
[lie Year In Sports
'Continued from Page 32)
Brooklyn team. However,
y's bat failed to extricate the
ton. DC, and he has staged many
great fights in the capital
Larry Atkins of Cleveland, is
the outstanding fight promoter the middle west.
Nat Rogers, the matchmaker of
the Twentieth Century Sporting
Club, is the foremost in his field
so is Harry Markson. the drum-
beater for Mike Jacob's enter-
prises. Harry is an ardent nation-
alist and is deeply interested in
Zionism and the Jewish problem.
He is attempting to spread the
Zionist gospel on Jacob's Beach,
among the purveyors of the Sock
and he has to his credit a number
of converts among Jewish prize-
fight managers and seconds who,
as a rule, are interested primarily
in matters of fisticuffs.
It is doubtful whether there
will be many Jewish star players
on the rosters of the professional
football teams. The Sid Luckmans
and other outstanding Jewish
players have flocked to the armed
services, or are engaged in de-
fense work.
It is the unanimous opinion of
all sport experts and forecasters
that the end of the war will bring
the greatest revival of sports. His-
tory, they say, repeats itself. The
decade following the first World
War was the millenium of the
sport age. The early twenties saw
the Million Dollar gates in boxing
and the greatest crowds at ball
games and other sporting events.
Not only America, but the entire
world became sport conscious and
the youth of every race, every na-
tion and creed on the face of the
globe turned to sports. The famous
Hakoah Soccer Team of Vienna
was organized in the post war era.
The Jewish youth of many lands
became sport addicts.
I need but point out the growth
of Jewish sport organizations in
Palestine, Poland. Lithuania and
other Eastern European countries,
as well as in countries throughout
the world, in the two decades fol-
lowing World War I.
There is no doubt that the mem-
bers of these Jewish sport organ-
izations helped to organize and
lead the heroic resistance against
the Nazis in the Warsaw ghetto
and in the other vanquished coun-
tries.
When the war is at an end and
life begins once more its peaceful
course, sports will again take its
rightful place and Jewish athletes
will again distinguish and cover
themselves with glory as they did
in peace and war.
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CANT ICUM CANT ICORUM
(A Roth Hoshonah hort itorjr)
By DAVID MORDECAL
Copyright, L944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.
'Molly. I want you to look at Morris sank back into
this ad in the Jewish paper." dub chair he had inhabited for
Morris Gordon handed his wife the past ten years of his evenin :
the paper and waiu-d expectantl) life. He cast a dejected look at
for her reaction. Hie paper that lay ai his feel.
Molly Gordon, in spite of the Somedaj HI show .hat woman,
fact that she was married to an "*0 is master. I 11 show her. all
underweight, short-of-s latino rt*""'
timid school teacher of elementary
trades, was a buxom youn:4 worn- The heat in the crowded yn-
n with a solid mind of her own. agoge was oppressive to Morris
In fact, her husband often com- Gordon. It was time for the eve-
plained in his bolder moments Ding service on the first da] ol
that she even tried to control his Rosh Hashonah. That part of the
mind. service where the cantor usually
"So. what if they want a cantor ^ins liad a,livpd and thc con"
tn Russtown? What's it Rot to do negation was shifting uncom-
with you. Huh1- She looked de- -ortably in then places waiting
mandinjily at her husband, who for the cantor.
had meanwhile risen excitedly A quarter of an hour passed
from his seat. and still thc cantor did not show
"But. dear, you know I have up. Some men. too hungry to wait
been taking singins: lessons witn much longer, were leaving the
Prof. Mantaroni. and I know all synagogue, willing to miss the
the tunes of the cantors part Be- Maariv service \l it meant a Ion:;
aides, it's a patriotic duty. After wait. The stoutish president of the
ll. so many cantors have gone synagoge commit'"". Mr. Miller
Off to war. somebody has to take called OUt nervously when the
care of the home front and if I exodus was beginning to assume
can be a cantor- Well. I don't see mass proportions Please, laches
why you think its silly.' mci gentlemen, please be patient,
Molly fairly exploded with the cantor will be here any mo-
laughter. "You. Morris Carusc ment. He has been delayed for a
Gordon, better get back to mark- short while. Please keep you:
ing the brats's test-papers Ha. a cantor! She continued laughing From one end of the eongre;a-
ll the way Into the kitchen tion someone called back. "Mr.
Miller, Mr. Miller. I'll take the
cantor's place."
Morns Gordon could hardly be-
lieve that he had spoken so boldly
But a sudden Urge had seized him
and he had r.-cn to his feet and
was exclaiming lowly now. "We
cannot wait any longer. Mr. Miller.
and if you don't objert I'll take
the Omud now.'
There was a general consensus
of approval and a shin murmur
Ol excitement as Morns Gordon
made his way to the cantors posi-
tion on the blmah. But before he
had walked very far a high-pitch-
ed, nervous voice rang out from
the women's gallery: "Morris Gor-
don, take your seat or you wont
have what to sit on when we get
home tonight."
A ( ingregational guffaw greet-
ed this remark. But Morns Gordon
did not waver. He continued on
his way to the platform, ascended
quickly and even before the
:itcr had died down had lifted
his voice in the first words of
the opening prayer.
An immediate hush followed.
There was a general nudging
around as men and women ex-
claimed to their neighbors that
Gordon was singing beautifully.
He knew how to twist the words
of the machzor in such a fashion
that even the most petrified Jew-
ish heart would be moved. He
understood what he sang and with
his singing he gave understanding
to all the congregants. All were
agreed when he removed his tallis
at the end of the service that his
singing luid been par excellence.
While he was still mopping his
brow the committee approached
him and asked him whether he
could continue as chazan for the
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